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1994


Blasdel, G. and Obermayer, K. (1994). Strategies of Scene Segmentation Suggested by Patterns of Orientation Preference in Monkey Visual Cortex. Neur. Netw., 7, 865 – 881.


1993

Obermayer, K. and Blasdel, G. (1993). Geometry of Orientation and Ocular Dominance Columns in Monkey Striate Cortex. Journal of Neuroscience, 13, 4114 – 4129.


1992

Obermayer, K., Blasdel, G. and Schulten, K. (1992). A Statistical Mechanical Analysis of Self-Organization and Pattern Formation during the Development of Visual Maps. Physical Review A, 45, 7568 – 89.


Obermayer, K., Ritter, H. and Schulten, K. (1992). A Model for the Development of the Spatial Structure of Retinotopic Maps and Orientation Columns. IEICE T Fune, 75A, 537 – 545.


Erwin, E., Obermayer, K. and Schulten, K. (1992). Self-Organizing Maps: Ordering, Convergence Properties and Energy Functions. Biological Cybernetics, 67, 47 – 55.


Erwin, E., Obermayer, K. and Schulten, K. (1992). Self-Organizing Maps: Stationary States, Metastability and Convergence Rate. Biological Cybernetics, 67, 35 – 45.


1990

Obermayer, K., Ritter, H. and Schulten, K. (1990). A Principle for the Formation of the Spatial Structure of Cortical Feature Maps. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 8345 – 8349.



1988

Obermayer, K., Teich, W. and Mahler, G. (1988). Structural Basis of Multistationary Quantum Systems. I. Effective Single-particle Dynamics. Phys. Rev. B, 37, 8096 – 8110.


Teich, W., Obermayer, K. and Mahler, G. (1988). Structural Basis of Multistationary Quantum Systems. II. Effective Few-particle Dynamics. Physical Review B, 37, 8111 – 8121.


1987

Obermayer, K., Mahler, G. and Haken, H. (1987). Multistable Quantum Systems: Information Processing at Microscopic Levels. Physical Review Letters, 58, 1792 – 1795.


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