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Neural Computation


Terrence J. Sejnowski, Editor-in-Chief

Neural Computation disseminates important, multidisciplinary research in a field that attracts psychologists, physicists, computer scientists, neuroscientists, and artificial intelligence investigators, among others.

Table of Contents

Vol. 10, Issue 2 - February 15, 1998


Natural Gradient Works Efficiently in Learning
pp. 251-276
Abstract | PDF (154.55 KB)
Adding Lateral Inhibition to a Simple Feedforward Network Enables It to Perform Exclusive-Or
pp. 277-280
Abstract | PDF (40.13 KB)
Combined Learning and Use for a Mixture Model Equivalent to the RBF Classifier
pp. 281-293
Abstract | PDF (99.22 KB)
Modeling the Surround of MT Cells and Their Selectivity for Surface Orientation in Depth Specified by Motion
pp. 295-312
Abstract | PDF (190.22 KB)
A Self-Organizing Neural Network Architecture for Navigation Using Optic Flow
pp. 313-352
Abstract | PDF (785.81 KB)
Analysis of Direction Selectivity Arising from Recurrent Cortical Interactions
pp. 353-371
Abstract | PDF (225.7 KB)
Statistically Efficient Estimation Using Population Coding
pp. 373-401
Abstract | PDF (494.09 KB)
Probabilistic Interpretation of Population Codes
pp. 403-430
Abstract | PDF (220.25 KB)
Stable and Rapid Recurrent Processing in Realistic Autoassociative Memories
pp. 431-450
Abstract | PDF (135.67 KB)
Synaptic Runaway in Associative Networks and the Pathogenesis of Schizophrenia
pp. 451-465
Abstract | PDF (165.25 KB)
On Numerical Simulations of Integrate-and-Fire Neural Networks
pp. 467-483
Abstract | PDF (110.26 KB)
A Floating-Gate MOS Implementation of Resistive Fuse
pp. 485-498
Abstract | PDF (248.4 KB)