Figure 2.1-5 illustrates some of the waveforms in the model for one simulation. (The noise waveforms are different each time a simulation is run.) Trace 1 shows the (random) input events of the QUM. Trace 2 gives the output pulses of the model, y2. Trace 3 is the generator potential of the RPFM neuron, v2. The variable threshold, <2, is shown in trace 4. Whenever v2 crosses <2 with positive slope, an output pulse is produced. Note that in this 400-s run, the first two output pulses are FPs. The first and fourth input pulses do not give output pulses, and are thus FNs. Five output pulses follow input pulses, and are TPs. Seven runs were made using the feedback adjustment of <2, and seven runs were made with <2 = <20, the open-loop condition. The results are summarized in Tables 2.1-1 and 2.1-2.
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