Global sleep homeostasis reflects temporally and spatially integrated local cortical neuronal activity
Sleep homeostasis manifests as a relative constancy of its daily amount and intensity. Theoretical descriptions define 'Process S', a variable with dynamics dependent on global sleep-wake history, and reflected in electroencephalogram (EEG) slow wave activity (SWA, 0.5-4 Hz) during sleep. The notion of sleep as a local, activity-dependent process suggests that activity history must be integrated to determine the dynamics of global Process S. Here, we developed novel mathematical models of Pro...Expand abstract
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