Massimiliano Tamborrino
Massimiliano Tamborrino
Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, University of Warwick
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TitleCited byYear
Detecting dependencies between spike trains of pairs of neurons through copulas
L Sacerdote, M Tamborrino, C Zucca
Brain research 1434, 243-256, 2012
First passage times of two-dimensional correlated processes: Analytical results for the Wiener process and a numerical method for diffusion processes
L Sacerdote, M Tamborrino, C Zucca
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 296, 275-292, 2016
A review of the methods for neuronal response latency estimation
M Levakova, M Tamborrino, S Ditlevsen, P Lansky
Biosystems 136, 23--34, 2015
Count Data Analysis in Randomised Clinical Trials
JC Jakobsen, M Tamborrino, P Winkel, N Haase, A Perner, J Wetterslev, ...
Journal of Biometrics & Biostatistics 6 (227), 2015
Identification of noisy response latency
M Tamborrino, S Ditlevsen, P Lansky
Physical Review E 86 (2), 021128, 2012
Weak convergence of marked point processes generated by crossings of multivariate jump processes. Applications to neural network modeling
M Tamborrino, L Sacerdote, M Jacobsen
Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena 288, 45-52, 2014
Parameter inference from hitting times for perturbed Brownian motion
M Tamborrino, S Ditlevsen, P Lansky
Lifetime Data Analysis 21, 331--352, 2015
Parametric inference of neuronal response latency in presence of a background signal
M Tamborrino, S Ditlevsen, P Lansky
BioSystems 112 (3), 249-257, 2013
Accuracy of rate coding: When shorter time window and higher spontaneous activity help
M Levakova, M Tamborrino, L Kostal, P Lansky
Physical Review E 95 (2), 022310, 2017
Presynaptic spontaneous activity enhances the accuracy of latency coding
M Levakova, M Tamborrino, L Kostal, P Lansky
Neural computation 28 (10), 2162-2180, 2016
Gaussian counter models for visual identification of briefly presented, mutually confusable single stimuli in pure accuracy tasks
M Tamborrino, S Ditlevsen, B Markussen, S Kyllingsbæk
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 79, 85-103, 2017
Approximation of the first passage time density of a Wiener process to an exponentially decaying boundary by two-piecewise linear threshold. Application to neuronal spiking …
M Tamborrino
Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 13 (3), 613-629, 2016
The Jacobi diffusion process as a neuronal model
G D’Onofrio, M Tamborrino, P Lansky
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 28 (10), 103119, 2018
Spectral density-based and measure-preserving ABC for partially observed diffusion processes. An illustration on Hamiltonian SDEs
E Buckwar, M Tamborrino, I Tubikanec
Statistics and Computing, 1-22, 2019
Inhibition enhances the coherence in the Jacobi neuronal model
G D’Onofrio, P Lansky, M Tamborrino
Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 128, 108-113, 2019
Leaky Integrate and Fire models coupled through copulas: association properties of the Interspike Intervals
L Sacerdote, M Tamborrino
Chinese Journal of Physiology 53 (6), 396-406, 2010
Neural Coding 2018
L Kostal, L Sacerdote, M Tamborrino
Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 16 (6), 8214, 2019
Neural network connectivity and response latency modeled by stochastic processes
M Tamborrino
Copenhagen University, Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematical Sciences, 2013
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