Tag: Grid Cell

How is information about location, direction, and distance integrated in the grid cell network?

Sargolini, Francesca, Marianne Fyhn, Torkel Hafting, Bruce L. McNaughton, Menno P. Witter, May-Britt Moser, and Edvard I. Moser. “Conjunctive representation of position, direction, and velocity in entorhinal cortex.” Science 312, no. 5774 (2006): 758-762.

Abstract
Grid cells in …

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Neural dynamics indicate parallel integration of environmental and self-motion information by place and grid cells

Laptev, Dmitri, and Neil Burgess. “Neural dynamics indicate parallel integration of environmental and self-motion information by place and grid cells.” bioRxiv (2019): 640144.

Abstract
Place cells and grid cells in the hippocampal formation are thought to integrate sensory …

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How the brain makes a map of space?

A brief review on the neural cells of navigation in the brain by Professor Kate Jeffery.

Please read the slide at https://www.cambridgeconference.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/0955-presentation-kate-Jeffery.pdf 

Some snapshot from the report. The neural cells include place cells, head direction cells, grid cells, etc.…

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Biologically inspired visual odometry based on the computational model of grid cells

A biologically inspired visual odometry based on the computational model of grid cells, which is developed based on the the source code of the computational model of grid cells: http://clm.utexas.edu/fietelab/code.htm, and LIBVISO2: http://www.cvlibs.net/software/libviso/, by Huimin Lu, Junhao Xiao, …

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Navigation in AI-Brain and Bio-Brain

Most animals, including humans, are able to flexible navigate the complex world. They can explore new areas, returning quickly to remembered places, and taking shortcuts. The recent discovery in neuroscience, including place cells, grid cells, head direction cells, border cells, …

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Brain Mechanisms of Navigation in Physical and Cognitive Spaces

The following lectures are presented in the NEUROSCIENCE SYMPOSIUM : BRAIN MECHANISMS OF NAVIGATION IN PHYSICAL AND COGNITIVE SPACES at Central European University in August 31, 2017.

This is a special symposium with four outstanding scientist (three Nobel laureates and one Brain Prize winner)

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A Robot Finds Its Way Using Artificial “GPS” Brain Cells

Source: MIT Technology Review    by Will Knight  October 19, 2015

 

One robot has been given a simulated version of the brain cells that let animals build a mental map of their surroundings.

Mimicking the functioning of the brain …

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