We study the asymptotic law of a network of interacting neurons when the number of neurons becomes infinite. The dynamics of the neurons is described by a set of stochastic differential equations in discrete time. The neurons interact through the synaptic weights that are Gaussian correlated random variables. We describe the asymptotic law of the network when the number of neurons goes to infinity. Unlike previous works which made the biologically unrealistic assumption that the weights were i.i.d. random variables, we assume that they are correlated. We introduce the process-level empirical measure of the trajectories of the solutions into the equations of the finite network of neurons and the averaged law (with respect to the synaptic weights) of the trajectories of the solutions into the equations of the network of neurons. The result is that the image law through the empirical measure satisfies a large deviation principle with a good rate function. We provide an analytical expression of this rate function in terms of the spectral representation of certain Gaussian processes.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||Comptes Rendus Mathematique|
|State||Published - Oct 1 2014|
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