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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. 29, Issue 1 - January 2017


Active Inference: A Process Theory
pp. 1-49
Abstract | PDF (1.49 MB)
The Population Tracking Model: A Simple, Scalable Statistical Model for Neural Population Data
pp. 50-93
Abstract | PDF (1.79 MB)
A Combinatorial Model for Dentate Gyrus Sparse Coding
pp. 94-117
Abstract | PDF (530.79 KB)
Analytical Calculation of Mutual Information between Weakly Coupled Poisson-Spiking Neurons in Models of Dynamically Gated Communication
pp. 118-145
Abstract | PDF (377.16 KB)
On the Mathematical Consequences of Binning Spike Trains
pp. 146-170
Abstract | PDF (315.5 KB)
Orientation Histogram-Based Center-Surround Interaction: An Integration Approach for Contour Detection
pp. 171-193
Abstract | PDF (1.01 MB)
Fast, Accurate Localization of Epileptic Seizure Onset Zones Based on Detection of High-Frequency Oscillations Using Improved Wavelet Transform and Matching Pursuit Methods
pp. 194-219
Abstract | PDF (998.51 KB)
Online Reinforcement Learning Using a Probability Density Estimation
pp. 220-246
Abstract | PDF (1 MB)
LSV-Based Tail Inequalities for Sums of Random Matrices
pp. 247-262
Abstract | PDF (135.22 KB)
Improving the Incoherence of a Learned Dictionary via Rank Shrinkage
pp. 263-285
Abstract | PDF (565.99 KB)