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Odors in olfactory bulb are defined by a short discrete temporal sequence: recognition by brute-force conversion to a spatial pattern (chunking) [article]

Honi Sanders, Brian Kolterman, Roman Shusterman, Dmitry Rinberg, Alexei A. Koulakov, John Lisman
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Mitral cells, the principal neurons in the olfactory bulb, respond to odorants by firing bursts of action potentials called sharp events.  ...  The fact that this sequence is relatively short suggests a new class of "brute force" solutions to the problem of odor recognition: cortex may contain a small number of modules, each forming a persistent  ...  Thus, odor representation by a discrete temporal sequence may be a general property of olfactory recognition.  ... 
arXiv:1405.5617v2 fatcat:7cn3nmbyrbdo7k4t64dxkh6q4m

Page 3793 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 92, Issue 11 [page]

2005 Psychological Abstracts  
(Department of Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA) Recognition of temporal event sequences by a network of cortical neurons.  ...  We describe a simple cortical network capable of recognizing event sequences through a process of encoding followed by de- tection.  ... 

Towards a Mathematical Theory of Cortical Micro-circuits

Dileep George, Jeff Hawkins, Karl J. Friston
2009 PLoS Computational Biology  
We describe the pattern recognition capabilities of HTM networks and demonstrate the application of the derived circuits for modeling the subjective contour effect.  ...  In this paper, we describe how Bayesian belief propagation in a spatio-temporal hierarchical model, called Hierarchical Temporal Memory (HTM), can lead to a mathematical model for cortical circuits.  ...  We would like to thank all the Numenta employees involved in the creation of the NuPIC software used for implementing the experiments in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000532 pmid:19816557 pmcid:PMC2749218 fatcat:at4tpxelnrdqjci4convyyipfy


Howard Eichenbaum
2004 Neuron  
pairs of faces (Preston et of events and places by hippocampal neurons.  ...  some hippocampal neurons fired associated with combinations of views, goals, and places, as sequences of events, and in linking episodes by common features into relational networks that support other  ...  They found many hippocampal This work was supported by grants from NIMH and NIA. neurons that encoded meaningful categories of stimulus features and appeared to employ these representations  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2004.08.028 pmid:15450164 fatcat:anhtlasphjfbvej6a4ert6um7e

The Brain Binds Entities and Events by Multiregional Activation from Convergence Zones

Antonio R. Damasio
1989 Neural Computation  
The experience of reality, in both perception and recall, is spatially and temporally coherent and "in-register." Features are bound in entities, and entities are bound in events.  ...  The degree of neural parcellation is even greater when we consider that the perception of most entities and events also requires a motor interaction on the part of the perceiver (such as eye movements  ...  Acknowledgments Supported by NINCDS Grant PO1 NS19632. The Brain Binds Entities and Events by Multiregional Activation  ... 
doi:10.1162/neco.1989.1.1.123 fatcat:zruyggelmjbyrnp6ss5un4juqa

Hybrid preference machines based on inspiration from neuroscience

Stefan Wermter, Christo Panchev
2002 Cognitive Systems Research  
In the past, a variety of computational problems have been tackled with different connectionist network approaches.  ...  Furthermore, we present an example experiment on interpreting a neuroscience-inspired network by using preferences which may be connected to connectionist or symbolic interpretations.  2002 Published  ...  Cortical column as a population of neurons object.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1389-0417(01)00061-4 fatcat:u3xrqmrdirbztoyvkxi2k3iheu

The Contribution of Brainstem and Cerebellar Pathways to Auditory Recognition

Neil M. McLachlan, Sarah J. Wilson
2017 Frontiers in Psychology  
Since sound recognition processes involving the brainstem and cerebellum initiate early in auditory processing, learnt information stored in cerebellar memory templates could then support a range of auditory  ...  This review expands our understanding of auditory processing by incorporating cerebellar pathways into the anatomy and functions of the human auditory system.  ...  However, the CN does not include a network capable of storing temporal sequences and operates on spectral information only.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00265 pmid:28373850 pmcid:PMC5357638 fatcat:zzyzn4ef4vazfpbbmph6iiqph4

A 5-chunk developmental brain-mind network model for multiple events in complex backgrounds

Juyang Weng
2010 The 2010 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN)  
Then, I present a general purpose model of the brain-mind, called the Epigenetic Developer (ED) network model.  ...  The model copes with temporal contexts of events, to satisfy invariance and specificity criteria for time warping, time duration, temporal attention, and long temporal length.  ...  neurons (e.g., flower recognition for a nonexpert).  ... 
doi:10.1109/ijcnn.2010.5596740 dblp:conf/ijcnn/Weng10 fatcat:pw26iaawonagvgyds2lfjft73y

A Neural Chronometry of Memory Recall

Bernhard P. Staresina, Maria Wimber
2019 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
How does the brain convert a simple reminder cue into a full-blown memory of past events and experiences?  ...  At this point, a hippocampal process sets in, geared toward internal pattern completion and coordination of cortical memory reinstatement between 500 and 1500 ms.  ...  Temporal Dynamics of Sequence Replay during Memory Recall Episodes unfold, by definition, across time and contain multiple events.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tics.2019.09.011 pmid:31672429 fatcat:ogduzej4yzepjp5evyo6zgauoe

Global timing: a conceptual framework to investigate the neural basis of rhythm perception in humans and non-human species

Eveline Geiser, Kerry M. M. Walker, Daniel Bendor
2014 Frontiers in Psychology  
To understand how the brain gives rise to our experience of music we must appreciate how acoustical temporal patterns are integrated over the range of several seconds in order to extract global timing.  ...  In music perception, global timing comprises three distinct but often interacting percepts: temporal grouping, beat, and tempo.  ...  Walker is funded by an Early Career Research Fellowship from the University of Oxford. Daniel Bendor is funded by the Capita Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00159 pmid:24624101 pmcid:PMC3939859 fatcat:u6gb6pg5effyjh2e7ff2otn4fy

A model of computation in neocortical architecture

E. Körner, M.-O. Gewaltig, U. Körner, A. Richter, T. Rodemann
1999 Neural Networks  
It is provided by a large-scale computational hypothesis on visual recognition, which includes both, rapid parallel forward recognition, independent of any feedback prediction, and a feedback controlled  ...  Short epochs of periodic clocking define a global reference time and introduce a discrete time for cortical processing which enables the combination of parallel categorization and sequential refinement  ...  With the definition of a time window for internal events, each spike carries information on the reliability of its signaled recognition result by its temporal position within the decision interval.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0893-6080(99)00049-0 pmid:12662641 fatcat:wuxeh3tvkbh55d7gnlhbkkfqiq

Time as the fourth dimension in the hippocampus

Jean-Paul Banquet, Philippe Gaussier, Nicolas Cuperlier, Vincent Hok, Etienne Save, Bruno Poucet, Mathias Quoy, Sidney I. Wiener
2020 Progress in Neurobiology  
or sleep, orderly reactivation of neuronal assemblies coding awake sequences.  ...  by hippocampal-afferent lateral entorhinal cortex ramping cells; 2)' online' sequence processing: activity coding sequences of events during active behavior; 3)' off-line' sequence replay: during quiescence  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by French Agence Nationale pour la Recherche grant NEUROBOT (ANR-BLAN-SIMI2-LS-100617-13-01), Labex Memolife and the Fondation Bettencourt-Schueller.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pneurobio.2020.101920 pmid:33053416 fatcat:ncrcux2flbet5egodmgakqfr5e

A network that performs brute-force conversion of a temporal sequence to a spatial pattern: relevance to odor recognition

Honi Sanders
2014 Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience  
This sequence is discrete because the output is subdivided by gamma frequency oscillations. Here we propose a new class of "brute-force" solutions to recognition of discrete sequences.  ...  A classic problem in neuroscience is how temporal sequences (TSs) can be recognized.  ...  This work was supported by the NSF Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience (  ... 
doi:10.3389/fncom.2014.00108 pmid:25278870 pmcid:PMC4166365 fatcat:pdbh4yv5fnekrnkzrvx52swpju

From sensation to cognition

M. Mesulam
1998 Brain  
Each cortical area provides a nexus for the convergence of afferents and divergence of efferents.  ...  neurons.  ...  This work was supported in part by NS 20285, NS 30863 and AG 13854.  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/121.6.1013 pmid:9648540 fatcat:xv6jy7ff7nfpjb4ruzrhqwzfym

Brain-implantable biomimetic electronics as the next era in neural prosthetics

T.W. Berger, M. Baudry, R.D. Brinton, J.-S. Liaw, V.Z. Marmarelis, A. Yoondong Park, B.J. Sheu, A.R. Tanguay
2001 Proceedings of the IEEE  
The component microchips are "neurocomputational" incorporating experimentally based mathematical models of the nonlinear dynamic and adaptive properties of biological neurons and neural networks.  ...  Although the final achievement of such a goal is many years in the future, it is proposed that the path to an implantable prosthetic is now definable, allowing the problem to be solved in a rational, incremental  ...  By including these dynamic processes, each network connection transforms a sequence of input events into another sequence of output events.  ... 
doi:10.1109/5.939806 fatcat:juafqjmghffyhnrt6xeev2lwoa
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