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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Animals and robots must constantly make sense of multiple streams of noisy information gathered from the environment, and combine them appropriately to make improved decisions. Recently, it has been proposed that animals might combine conflicting cues optimally using a ring attractor network architecture inspired by the head direction system in rats and augmented with a dynamic re-weighting mechanism. In this work we report that an older and simpler ring attractor network architecture,doi:10.1007/978-3-319-95972-6_49 fatcat:iflz3rwmjfdbrgqqdbmhoh3avy