In biological neural networks, a rapid train of action potentials
over an axon. A tetanus is essentially a strong stimulus.
Loosely, in Netlab, this is similar to a sustained high axon level
on an axon contacting the post synaptic
neuron. In Netlab, action potentials
are abstracted to signal levels (values, called axon levels
), which represent the train of action potentials after they have been frequency-demodulated.
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