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comment In a central pattern generator based on reciprocal inhibition, how does one “side” get picked over the other to start out?
as i described in my explanatory note just above your comment.
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comment In a central pattern generator based on reciprocal inhibition, how does one “side” get picked over the other to start out?
noise comes in so many forms. you can have noise in the synapses, you can have noise in somatic conductances, the cells can be different sizes, the cells can have different time constants, etc.
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