Selected Publications

Fourier Analysis - Principal References
Rosenberg, J.R., Amjad, A.M., Breeze, P., Brillinger, D.R. & Halliday, D.M. (1989) The fourier approach to the identification of functional coupling between neuronal spike trains. Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, 53, 1-31
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Halliday, D.M., Rosenberg, J.R., Amjad, A.M., Breeze, P., Conway, B.A. & Farmer, S.F. (1995). A framework for the analysis of mixed time series/point process data - Theory and application to the study of physiological tremor, single motor unit discharges and electromyograms. Progress in Biophysics and molecular Biology, 64 (2/3), 237-278
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Halliday, D.M. & Rosenberg, J.R. (1999). Time and frequency domain analysis of spike train and time series data. In: Modern Techniques in Neuroscience Research, (Eds. U. Windhorst & H. Johansson), Springer-Verlag, Ch 18, 503-543
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Fourier Analysis - Additional References
Amjad, A.M., Breeze, P., Conway, B.A., Halliday, D.M. & Rosenberg, J.R. (1989) A framework for the analysis of neuronal networks. In: Progress in Brain Research, (eds Allum, J.H.J. & Hulliger, M.), 80, 243-255.
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Halliday, D.M., Murray-Smith, D.J. & Rosenberg, J.R. (1992) A frequency domain identification approach to the study of neuromuscular systems - a combined experimental and modelling study. Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control, 14(2), 79-90.
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Amjad, A.M., Halliday, D.M., Rosenberg J.R. & Conway B.A (1997). An extended difference of coherence test for comparing and combining several independent coherence estimates - theory and application to the study of motor units and physiological tremor. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 73(1), 69-79.
(Introduces the concept of Pooled Coherence, a technique for combining an arbitrary number of coherence estimates, and comparing them for statistically significant differences - useful for the analysis of large populations of data.)
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Farmer, S.F., Halliday, D.M., Conway, B.A., Stephend, J.A. & Rosenberg, J.R. (1997).A review of recent applications of cross-correlation methodologies to human motor unit recording. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 74(2), 175-187.
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Rosenberg, J.R., Halliday, D.M., Breeze, P. & Conway, B.A. (1998). Identification of patterns of neuronal activity - partial spectra, partial coherence, and neuronal interactions. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 83(1), 57-72.
(Illustrates how multivariate spike train analysis techniques can be applied to the analysis of Neural Network activity.)
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Halliday, D.M. & Rosenberg, J.R. (2000). On the application, estimation and interpretation of coherence and pooled coherence. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 100(1-2), 173-174 (Letter).
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Neural Modelling
Halliday, D.M. (1998). Generation and characterization of correlated spike trains. Computers in biology and medicine, 28(2),143-152.
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Lindsay, K, Ogden, J., Halliday, D.M. & Rosenberg, J.R. (1999). An introduction to the principles of neuronal modelling. In: Modern Techniques in Neuroscience Research, (Eds. U. Windhorst & H. Johansson), Springer-Verlag, Ch 8, 213-306.
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Halliday, D.M. (2000). Temporal correlation of large scale synaptic input is a major determinant of neuronal bandwidth, Neural Computation, 12, 693-707
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Halliday, D.M. (2001) Temporal coding in neuronal populations in the presence of significant electrotonic dendritic conduction times. In: Emerging Neural Architectures based on Neuroscience, (Eds. Wermter, S., Willshaw, D. & Austin, J.) Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag, LNAI 2036, 285-295.
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Motor Control
Conway, B.A., Halliday, D.M., Farmer, S.F., Shahani, U., Maas, P., Weir, A.I. & Rosenberg, J.R. (1995). Synchronization between motor cortex and spinal motoneuronal pool during the performance of a maintained motor task in man. Journal of Physiology, 489, 917-924.
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Halliday, D.M., Conway, B.A., Farmer, S.F. & Rosenberg, J.R. (1998). Using electroencephalography to study functional coupling between cortical activity and electromyograms during voluntary contractions in humans. Neuroscience Letters, 241(1), 5-8.
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Halliday, D.M., Conway, B.A., Farmer, S.F. & Rosenberg, J.R. (1999). Load-Independent Contributions From Motor-Unit Synchronization to Human Physiological Tremor. Journal of Neurophysiology, 82(2), 644-675.
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Halliday, D.M., Conway, B.A., Farmer, S.F., Shahani, U., Russell, A.J.C. & Rosenberg, J.R. (2000).Coherence between low-frequency activation of the motor cortex and tremor in patients with essential tremor. The Lancet, 355, 1149-1153.
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