University of Warwick
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Research interests: Stochastic nonlinear systems, stochastic resonance, biomimetic signal processing, sensory neural coding, auditory ribbon synapse signalling, cochlear implants and stimulation strategies. Information theory in connection with signal coding and image processing. The transition to turbulence in wakes, in particular the role of free stream turbulence level.
Prof Nigel G Stocks,Nikitin, Alexander P.and Bulsara, Adi., (2012) 'Enhancing the resolution of a sensor via negative correlation : a biologically inspired approach'
Physical Review Letters109
Durrant, S., Kang, Y. M., Stocks, N. and Feng, J. F. (2011) 'Suprathreshold stochastic resonance in neural processing tuned by correlation'
Physical Review E84
Prof Nigel G Stocks,Nikitin, Alexander P., Morse, Robert P. and McDonnell, Mark D., (2009) 'Neural population coding is optimized by discrete tuning curves'
Physical Review Letters103
Prof Nigel G Stocks,McDonnell, Mark D, (2008) 'Maximally informative stimuli and tuning curves for sigmoidal rate-coding neurons and populations'
Physical Review Letters101
M.D. McDonnell, N.G. Stocks, and D. Abbott (2007) 'Optimal stimulus and noise distributions for information transmission via suprathreshold stochastic resonance'
Physical Review E75