Michelle Rudolph-Lilith Research Page
Publications

Contents

Michelle's Research Page
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Books and Monographs
19
Peer-Reviewed Articles
23
Review Articles
29
Book Chapters
31
Conference Papers
37
Preprints
41


Books and Monographs

Neuronal Noise
Alain Destexhe, Michelle Rudolph-Lilith
Springer, New York: 2012

Peer-Reviewed Articles

33.
Brain networks: small-worlds, after all?
Lyle E. Muller, Alain Destexhe, Michelle Rudolph-Lilith
New J. Phys. 16: 105004, 2014
32.
Aspects of randomness in neural graph structures
Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Lyle E. Muller
Biol. Cybern. 108: 381-396, 2014
31.
On a representation of the Verhulst logistic map
Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Lyle E. Muller
Discrete Math. 324: 19-27, 2014
30.
Algebraic approach to small-world network models
Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Lyle E. Muller
Phys. Rev. E 89: 012812, 2014
29.
Analytical integrate-and-fire neuron models with conductance-based dynamics and
realistic postsynaptic potential time course for event-driven simulation strategies. Are you wanting to meet with
Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Mathieu Dubois, Alain Destexhe
Neural Comput. 24: 1426-1461, 2012
28.
PAX: A mixed hardware/software simulation platform for spiking neural networks
S. Renaud, J. Tomas, S. Lewis, Y. Bornat, A. Daouzli, M. Rudolph, A. Destexhe, S. Saïghi
Neural Networks 23: 905-916, 2010
27.
Frequency-selectivity of a thalamocortical relay neuron during Parkinson's disease and
deep brain stimulation: a computational study
H. Cagnan, H.G. Meijer, S.A van Gils, M. Krupa, T. Heida, M. Rudolph, W.J. Wadman, H.C. Martens
Eur. J. Neurosci. 30: 1306-1317, 2009
26.
High-resolution intracellular recordings using a real-time computational
model of the electrode
Romain Brette, Zuzanna Piwkowska, Cyril Monier, Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Manuel Levy,
Julien Fournier, Yves Frégnac, Thierry Bal, Alain Destexhe more info
Neuron 59: 379-391, 2008
25.
Calculating event-triggered average synaptic conductances from the membrane potential
Martin Pospischil, Zuzanna Piwkowska, Michelle Rudolph, Thierry Bal, Alain Destexhe
J. Neurophysiol. 97: 2544-2552, 2007
24.
Inhibition determines membrane potential dynamics and controls action potential generation
in awake and sleeping cat cortex
Michelle Rudolph, Martin Pospischil, Igor Timofeev, Alain Destexhe
J. Neurosci. 27: 5280-5290, 2007
23.
Activated cortical states: experiments, analyses and models
Sami El Boustani, Martin Pospischil, Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Alain Destexhe
J. Physiol. (Paris) 101: 99-109, 2007
22.
Biophysical and phenomenological models of multiple spike interactions in
spike-timing dependent plasticity
Mathilde Badoual, Quan Zou, Andrew P. Davison, Michael Rudolph, Thierry Bal,
Yves Frégnac, Alain Destexhe
Int. J. of Neural Systems 16: 79-97, 2006
21.
A multichannel shot noise approach to describe synaptic background activity in neurons
Michelle Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Eur. Phys. J. B 52: 125-132, 2006
20.
Analytical Integrate-and-fire neurons with high-conductance state dynamics for
event-driven simulation strategies
Michelle Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Neural Comput. 18: 2146-2210, 2006
19.
On the use of analytic expressions for the voltage distribution to analyze intracellular recordings
Michelle Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Neural Comput. 18: 2917-2922, 2006
18.
An extended analytic expression for the membrane potential distribution of
conductance-based synaptic noise
Michael Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Neural Comput. 17: 2301-2315, 2005
17.
Characterization of synaptic conductances and integrative properties during
electrically-induced EEG-activated states Marielu in neocortical neurons in vivo
Michael Rudolph, Joe-Guillaume Pelletier, Denis Paré, Alain Destexhe
J. Neurophysiol. 94: 2805-2821, 2005
16.
A method to estimate synaptic conductances from membrane potential fluctuations
Michael Rudolph, Zuzanna Piwkowska, Mathilde Badoual, Thierry Bal, Alain Destexhe
J. Neurophysiol. 91: 2884-2896, 2004
15.
Extracting information from the power spectrum of synaptic noise
Alain Destexhe, Michael Rudolph
J. Comput. Neurosci. 17: 327-345, 2004
14.
A fast conducting, stochastic integrative mode for neocortical neurons in vivo
Michael Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
J. Neurosci. 23: 2466-2476, 2003
13.
Tuning neocortical pyramidal neurons between integrators and coincidence detectors
Michael Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
J. Comput. Neurosci. 14: 239-251, 2003
12.
The discharge variability of neocortical neurons during high-conductance states
Michael Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Neurosci. 119: 855-873, 2003
11.
Characterization of subthreshold voltage fluctuations in neuronal membranes
Michael Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Neural Comput. 15: 2577-2618, 2003
10.
Synaptic background noise controls the input/output characteristics of single cells
in an in vitro model of in-vivo activity
Jean-Marc Fellous, Michael Rudolph, Alain Destexhe, Terrence J. Sejnowski
Neurosci. 122: 811-829, 2003
9.
Spike generating dynamics and the conditions for spike-time precision in cortical neurons
Boris Gutkin, G. Bard Ermentrout, Michael Rudolph
J. Comput. Neurosci. 15: 91-105, 2003
3.
Gauge invariant formulation and bosonisation of the Schwinger model
J. Kijowski, Gerd Rudolph, Michael Rudolph
Phys. Lett. B 419: 285-290, 1998
2.
On the algebra of gauge invariants for one-flavour chromodynamics
J. Kijowski, Gerd Rudolph, Michael Rudolph
Rep. Math. Phys. 40: 131-142, 1997
1.
Functional integral of QED in terms of gauge-invariant quantities
J. Kijowski, Gerd Rudolph, Michael Rudolph
Lett. Math. Phys. 33: 139-146, 1995

Review Articles

5.
Characterizing synaptic conductance fluctuations in cortical neurons and their influence
on spike generation
Zuzanna Piwkowska, Martin Pospischil, Romain Brette, Julia Sliwa, Michelle Rudolph-Lilith,
Thierry Bal, Alain Destexhe
J. Neurosci. Meth. 169: 302-322, 2008
4.
Are corticothalamic 'up' states fragments of wakefulness?
Alain Destexhe, Stuart Hughes, Michelle Rudolph, Vincenzo Crunelli
Trends Neurosci. 30: 334-342, 2007
3.
Simulation of networks of spiking neurons: A review of tools and strategies
Romain Brette, Michelle Rudolph, Ted Carnevale, Michael Hines, David Beeman, James M. Bower,
Markus Diesmann, Abigail Morrison, Philip H. Goodman, Frederick C. Harris, Jr., Milind Zirpe,
Thomas Natschlaeger, Dejan Pecevski, Bard Ermentrout, Mikael Djurfel
J. Comput. Neurosci. 23: 349-398, 2007
2.
Inferring network activity from synaptic noise
Michael Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
J. Physiol. (Paris) 98: 452-466, 2004
1.
The high-conductance state of neocortical neurons in vivo
Alain Destexhe, Michael Rudolph, Denis Paré
Nature Rev. Neurosci. 4: 739-751, 2003

Book Chapters

5.
Noisy dendrites: Models of dendritic integration in vivo
Alain Destexhe, Michelle Rudolph-Lilith
In: The Computing Dendrite: From Structure to Function, H. Cuntz, M.W.H. Remme, B. Torben-Nielsen (Eds.), Springer Series in Computational Neuroscience, Vol. 11: 173-190, 2014
4.
Convergence in an adaptive neural network: The influence of noise inputs correlation
Adel Daouzli, Sylvain Saïghi, Michelle Rudolph, Alain Destexhe, Sylvie Renaud.
In: Bio-Inspired Systems: Computational and Ambient Intelligence, J. Cabestany et al. (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 5517: 140-148, 2009
3.
Testing methods for synaptic conductance analysis using controlled conductance
injection with dynamic clamp
Zuzanna Piwkowska, Martin Pospischil, Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Thierry Bal, Alain Destexhe.
In: Dynamic-Clamp, A. Destexhe, T. Bal (Eds.), Springer Series in Computational Neuroscience, Vol. 1: 115-140, 2009
2.
Synaptic 'noise': Experiments, computational consequences and methods to analyze experimental data
Alain Destexhe, Michelle Rudolph-Lilith.
In: Stochastic Processes in Neuroscience, C. Laing, G.J. Lord (Eds.), Clarendon Press: 242-271, 2008
1.
Complexity in neuronal networks
Yves Frégnac, Michelle Rudolph, Andrew P. Davison, Alain Destexhe.
In: Biological Networks, F. Kepes (Ed.), World Scientific: 291-340, 2007

Conference Papers

19.
How much can we trust neural simulation strategies?
Michelle Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Neurocomput. 70: 1966-1969, 2007
18.
Inhibitory conductance dynamics in cortical neurons during activated states
Martin Pospischil, Zuzanna Piwkowska, Michelle Rudolph, Thierry Bal, Alain Destexhe
Neurocomput. 70: 1602-1604, 2007
17.
A nonparametric electrode model for intracellular recording
Romain Brette, Zuzanna Piwkowska, Michelle Rudolph, Thierry Bal, Alain Destexhe
Neurocomput. 70: 1597-1601, 2007
16.
Event-based simulation strategy for conductance-based synaptic interactions and plasticity
Michelle Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Neurocomput. 69: 1130-1133, 2006
15.
High discharge variability in neurons driven by current noise
Mathilde Badoual, Michael Rudolph, Zuzanna Piwkowska, Alain Destexhe, Thierry Bal
Neurocomput. 65: 493-498, 2005
14.
Recreating active states in vitro with a dynamic clamp protocol
Zuzanna Piwkowska, Michael Rudolph, Mathilde Badoual, Alain Destexhe, Thierry Bal
Neurocomput. 65: 55-60, 2005
13.
Reconstructing synaptic background activity from conductance measurements in vivo
Quan Zou, Michael Rudolph, Noah Roy, Mavi Sanchez-Vives, Diego Contreras, Alain Destexhe
Neurocomput. 65: 673-678, 2005
12.
Multi-channel shot noise and characterization of cortical network activity
Michael Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Neurocomput. 65: 641-646, 2005
11.
Extracting information from the power spectrum of voltage noise
Alain Destexhe, Michael Rudolph
Neurocomput. 65: 901-906, 2005
10.
A novel method for characterizing synaptic noise in cortical neurons
Alain Destexhe, Mathilde Badoual, Zuzanna Piwkowska, Thierry Bal, Michael Rudolph
Neurocomput. 58: 191-196, 2004
9.
Estimation of synaptic conductances and their variances from intracellular recordings
of neocortical neurons in vivo
Michael Rudolph, Joe-Guillaume Pelletier, Denis Paré, Alain Destexhe
Neurocomput. 58: 387-392, 2004
8.
Location independence and fast conduction of synaptic inputs in neocortical neurons in vivo
Alain Destexhe, Michael Rudolph
Neurocomput. 52: 233-238, 2003
7.
Gain modulation and frequency locking under conductance noise
Michael Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Neurocomput. 52: 907-912, 2003
6.
Point-conductance models of cortical neurons with high discharge variability
Michael Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Neurocomput. 44: 147-152, 2002
5.
Novel dynamics of dendritic integration in the high conductance state of cortical neurons
Michael Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
Neurocomput. 44: 141-146, 2002
4.
Synaptic background activity affects the dynamics of dendritic integration
in model neocortical pyramidal neurons
Michael Rudolph, Nicolas Hô, Alain Destexhe
Neurocomput. 38: 327-333, 2001
3.
Gauge invariants and bosonization
J. Kijowski, Gerd Rudolph, Michael Rudolph
In: AIP Conference Proceedings 453, Woodbury: 382-393, 1998
2.
Gauge theories with fermions in terms of gauge invariants
J. Kijowski, Gerd Rudolph, Michael Rudolph
In: Proc. XXI Int. Coll. on Group Theoretical Meth. Phys. II: 639-643,1997
1.
Gauge theories in terms of invariants
J. Kijowski, Gerd Rudolph, Michael Rudolph
Rep. Math. Phys. 40: 565-578, 1997

Preprints

11.
Percolation in random graphs: a finite approach
Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Lyle E. Muller
arXiv:1405.2233v1 [cond-mat.stat-mech], 2014
10.
On an explicit representation of central $(2k+1)$-nomial coefficients
Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Lyle E. Muller
arXiv:1403.5942v1 [math.CO], 2014
9.
Aspects of randomness in neural graph structures
Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Lyle E. Muller
arXiv:1310.5062v1 [physics.soc-ph], 2013
8.
Structual vulnerability of the nematode worm neural graph
Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Alain Destexhe, Lyle E. Muller
arXiv:1208.3383v1 [cond-mat.dis-nn], 2012
7.
High-resolution intracellular recordings using a real-time computational model of the electrode
Romain Brette, Zuzanna Piwkowska, Michelle Rudolph-Lilith, Thierry Bal, Alain Destexhe
arXiv:0711.2075v1 [q-bio.NC], 2007
6.
On the use of analytic expressions for the voltage distribution to analyze intracellular recordings
Michelle Rudolph, Alain Destexhe
arXiv:q-bio/0602010v1 [q-bio.NC], 2006
5.
Towards an effective field theory of QED
J. Kijowski, Gerd Rudolph, Michael Rudolph
NTZ Preprint 21/1999, University of Leipzig, 1999
arXiv:hep-th/9909113v1, 1999
4.
String theory and beyond
Michael Rudolph
arXiv:hep-th/9812201v1, 1998
3.
Gauge invariant formulation and bosonisation of the Schwinger model
J. Kijowski, Gerd Rudolph, Michael Rudolph
arXiv:hep-th/9710003v1, 1997
2.
Effective bosonic degrees of freedom for one-flavour chromodynamics
J. Kijowski, Gerd Rudolph, Michael Rudolph
NTZ Preprint 22/1996, University of Leipzig, 1996
arXiv:hep-th/9606020v1, 1996
1.
Functional integral of QED in terms of gauge-invariant quantities
J. Kijowski, Gerd Rudolph, Michael Rudolph
University of Leipzig, NTZ Preprint-Nr. 4/94