Tag: Navigation

How the Spiking Neural Network allows for navigation through an environment via landmark association without needing GPS?

Alexander Jones, Andrew Rush, Cory Merkel, Eric Herrmann, Ajey P. Jacob, Clare Thiem, Rashmi Jha. A neuromorphic SLAM architecture using gated-memristive synapses. Neurocomputing, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neucom.2019.09.098.

Navigation in GPS-denied environments is a critical challenge for autonomous mobile platforms

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How the brain performs spatial coordinate transforms for navigation?

Rolls, ET. Spatial coordinate transforms linking the allocentric hippocampal and egocentric parietal primate brain systems for memory, action in space, and navigation. Hippocampus. 2019; 1– 22. https://doi.org/10.1002/hipo.23171

“A theory and model of spatial coordinate transforms in the dorsal …

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How is the retrosplenial cortex uniquely suited to carry out spatial memory and navigation computations?

Ellen K.W. Brennan, Shyam Kumar Sudhakar, Izabela Jedrasiak-Cape, Omar J. Ahmed. Uniquely excitable neurons enable precise and persistent information transmission through the retrosplenial cortex. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/673954


The retrosplenial cortex (RSC) is essential for both memory and

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How your brain encodes location?

A latest report titled ‘The Surprising Relativism of the Brain’s GPS’ by ADITHYA RAJAGOPALAN at Cohen Lab, JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, reviewed the brief research history of the Brain’s GPS published in  NAUTILUS

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How landmark and self-motion cues combine during navigation to generate spatial representations?

The excerpt note is about how combine landmark and self-motion cues for navigation from Campbell et al., 2018.

Campbell, Malcolm G., Samuel A. Ocko, Caitlin S. Mallory, Isabel I. C. Low, Surya Ganguli & Lisa M. Giocomo. Principles governing the

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iNav 2018: How does the brain know where it is, where it is going, and how to get from one place to another?

The 2nd Interdisciplinary Navigation Symposium (iNav 2018) was held in June 2018 in Québec, Canada, organized by Jeffery Taube, Thomas Wolbers, Kate Jeffery, Laure Rondi-Reig, David Dickman, Mayank Mehta. The meeting aims to bring together a diverse group of scientists …

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Dynamic Vision Sensor (DVS)

From inilabs.com

DVS Overview

Dvs128AndEdvsWithCreditCardConventional vision sensors see the world as a series of frames. Successive frames contain enormous amounts of redundant information, wasting memory access, RAM, disk space, energy, computational power and time. In addition, each frame imposes the …

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