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NEUROSCIENCE
2001
Springer
10 years 13 days ago
Locust Olfaction
During odour recognition, excitatory and inhibitory groups of neurons in the second stage of the locust olfactory system, the antennal lobe (AL), fire alternately. There is little...
David C. Sterratt
NEUROSCIENCE
2001
Springer
10 years 13 days ago
Biological Grounding of Recruitment Learning and Vicinal Algorithms in Long-Term Potentiation
Biological networks are capable of gradual learning based on observing a large number of exemplars over time as well as of rapidly memorizing specific events as a result of a sin...
Lokendra Shastri
NEUROSCIENCE
2001
Springer
10 years 13 days ago
Plasticity and Nativism: Towards a Resolution of an Apparent Paradox
: Recent research in brain development and cognitive development leads to an apparent paradox. One set of recent experiments suggests that infants are well-endowed with sophisticat...
Gary F. Marcus
NEUROSCIENCE
2001
Springer
10 years 13 days ago
Connectionist Propositional Logic
Daniel Kustrin, Jim Austin
NEUROSCIENCE
2001
Springer
10 years 13 days ago
Recurrent Long-Range Interactions in Early Vision
Abstract. A general principle of cortical architecture is the bidirectional flow of information along feedforward and feedback connections. In the feedforward path, converging con...
Thorsten Hansen, Wolfgang Sepp, Heiko Neumann
NEUROSCIENCE
2001
Springer
10 years 13 days ago
Neural Mechanisms for Representing Surface and Contour Features
Contours and surfaces are basic qualities which are processed by the visual system to aid the successful behavior of autonomous beings within the environment. There is increasing e...
Thorsten Hansen, Heiko Neumann
NEUROSCIENCE
2001
Springer
10 years 13 days ago
Finite-State Computation in Analog Neural Networks: Steps towards Biologically Plausible Models?
Abstract. Finite-state machines are the most pervasive models of computation, not only in theoretical computer science, but also in all of its applications to real-life problems, a...
Mikel L. Forcada, Rafael C. Carrasco
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