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NPL
2002
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Invariant Recognition of Spatio Temporal Patterns in The Olfactory System Model
This paper presents a model of a network of integrate-and-fire neurons with time delay weights, capable of invariant spatio-temporal pattern recognition. Spatio-temporal patterns a...
Mykola Lysetskiy, Andrzej Lozowski, Jacek M. Zurad...
IJCNN
2007
IEEE
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Odor Recognition with Synchronization using Integrate and Fire Neurons
— We constructed a new model of an olfactory system with expanded integrate and fire neurons to explore its behaviors with external inputs. The model is built in according to th...
Xiaobin Lin, Philippe De Wilde
BC
2006
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Learning invariant object recognition in the visual system with continuous transformations
Abstract The cerebral cortex utilizes spatiotemporal continuity in the world to help build invariant representations. In vision, these might be representations of objects. The temp...
Simon M. Stringer, G. Perry, Edmund T. Rolls, J. H...
CONNECTION
2006
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Temporal sequence detection with spiking neurons: towards recognizing robot language instructions
We present an approach for recognition and clustering of spatio temporal patterns based on networks of spiking neurons with active dendrites and dynamic synapses. We introduce a n...
Christo Panchev, Stefan Wermter
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