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Dynamic Modelling of Chaotic Time Series with Neural Networks
Neural Information Processing Systems
The auditory system of the barn owl contains several spatial maps . In young barn owls raised with optical prisms over their eyes, these auditory maps are shifted to stay in register with the visual map, suggesting that the visual input imposes a frame of reference on the auditory maps. However, the optic tectum, the first site of convergence of visual with auditory information, is not the site of plasticity for the shift of the auditory maps; the plasticity occurs instead in the inferiordblp:conf/nips/PrincipeK94 fatcat:sfww4ygp35dhngaa4zlclf3ocm