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Contextual regularity and complexity of neuronal activity : From stand-alone cultures to task-performing animals

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AYALI, Amir, Einat FUCHS, Yael ZILBERSTEIN, Anat ROBINSON, Orit SHEFI, Eyal HULATA, Itay BARUCHI, Eshel BEN-JACOB, 2004. Contextual regularity and complexity of neuronal activity : From stand-alone cultures to task-performing animals. In: Complexity. 9(6), pp. 25-32. ISSN 1076-2787. eISSN 1099-0526. Available under: doi: 10.1002/cplx.20046

@article{Ayali2004-07Conte-46907, title={Contextual regularity and complexity of neuronal activity : From stand-alone cultures to task-performing animals}, year={2004}, doi={10.1002/cplx.20046}, number={6}, volume={9}, issn={1076-2787}, journal={Complexity}, pages={25--32}, author={Ayali, Amir and Fuchs, Einat and Zilberstein, Yael and Robinson, Anat and Shefi, Orit and Hulata, Eyal and Baruchi, Itay and Ben-Jacob, Eshel} }

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