Cross-correlation histograms (CCHs) sometimes exhibit an isolated central peak flanked by two troughs. What can cause this pattern? The absence of CCH satellite peak makes an oscillatory common input doubtful. It is here shown using a simple counting model that a common inhibitory feedback with delay can account for this pattern.
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