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Cable model

J_m = C_m\frac{dV_m}{dt}+G_m(V_m-V_m^o)

Cable Equation: v_m+\tau_m\frac{\partial v_m}{\partial t}-\lambda_c^2\frac{\partial^2v_m}{\partial z^2}=r_o\lambda_c^2K_e


\lambda_c = \frac{1}{\sqrt{g_m(r_o+r_i)}}

v_m = V_m - V_m^o

Steady state solution of cable equation to impulse stimulus: v_m(z) = \frac{r_o\lambda_c}{2}I_e e^{-|z|/\lambda_c}

Dynamics: v_m(z,t)=w(z,t) e^{-t/\tau_m} where \frac{\partial w}{\partial t} = \frac{\lambda_c^2}{\tau_m} \frac{\partial^2 w}{\partial z^2} (Diffusion equation with D=\frac{\lambda_c^2}{\tau_m})

Ion channels

I = γ(VmVn)

E[\tilde{s}(t)] = x, E[\tilde{g}(t)]=\gamma x=g, E[\tilde{i}(t)]= g(V_m - V_n)

 G = \frac{N}{A} g, J = \frac{N}{A} g(V_m-V_n)

x(t) = x_\infty+(x(0)-x_\infty)e^{-t/\tau_x}, \tau_x=\frac{1}{\alpha+\beta}, x_\infty=\frac{\alpha}{\alpha+\beta}

\tilde{i}_g = \frac{d}{dt}\tilde{q}_g

i_g = E[\tilde{i}_g] = Q\frac{dx}{dt}

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