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From multiple neural cortical networks to motor mechanical behavior: the importance of inherent learning over separable space-time length scales

Ganguly, Kanuresh and Torres, Elizabeth B. and José, Jorge V. and Carmena, Jose M. (2008) From multiple neural cortical networks to motor mechanical behavior: the importance of inherent learning over separable space-time length scales. BMC Neuroscience, 9 (Supple). P70. ISSN 1471-2202. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:GANbmcns08

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Abstract

We find that (1) several stable spatio-temporal representations co-exist in a given cell which permits identification and selection of different motor programs to operate the external device, and (2) these multiple representations can be extracted from the multi-electrode neuron spike patterns reflecting various spatial re-parameterizations compatible with the ones imposed by the external mechanical device. A neural theoretical formulation in terms of a Hodgkin-Huxley excitatory and inhibitory neural ring network is used [5] to model multi-electrode spiking statistics, explicitly considering the separation of different motor dynamical times.


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