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- adj. (of certain characters) Being a physically narrower glyph, as opposed to fullwidth.
- n. The width of a spectroscopic peak at half its height
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The sEPSPs are shown normalized at the right, revealing a systematic decrease in sEPSP halfwidth with increasing amplitude.
Models are color coded as in a. (c) Duration (halfwidth) of the dendritic and somatic EPSPs in
Linear fits have slopes of − 0.001 ms/μm and are constrained to pass through the average somatic responses at 0 μm (rise time, 0.39 ms; halfwidth, 0.77 ms).
Maximum VDS (max VDS) was expressed for EPSP halfwidth in control ACSF (gray bars) and in the presence of DTX (black bars).
Somatic EPSP halfwidth decreased as depolarization increased for both stimulus locations.
Of course these seem to behave differently than other fullwidth characters and halfwidth counterparts, like I described back in
Despite a significant decline in EPSP duration (minimum halfwidth, measured just below spike threshold,