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2015
Springer

Generic Construction of Scale-Invariantly Coarse Grained Memory

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Generic Construction of Scale-Invariantly Coarse Grained Memory
Abstract. Encoding temporal information from the recent past as spatially distributed activations is essential in order for the entire recent past to be simultaneously accessible. Any biological or synthetic agent that relies on the past to predict/plan the future, would be endowed with such a spatially distributed temporal memory. Simplistically, we would expect that resource limitations would demand the memory system to store only the most useful information for future prediction. For natural signals in real world which show scale free temporal fluctuations, the predictive information encoded in memory is maximal if the past information is scale invariantly coarse grained. Here we examine the general mechanism to construct a scale invariantly coarse grained memory system. Remarkably, the generic construction is equivalent to encoding the linear combinations of Laplace transform of the past information and their approximated inverses. This reveals a fundamental construction constrain...
Karthik H. Shankar
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where ACAL
Authors Karthik H. Shankar
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