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Models of Neural Systems

Conference Publications

1997

Stetter, M., Lang, E. and Obermayer, K. (1997). Synapse Clustering Can Drive Simultaneous ON-OFF and Ocular Dominance Segregation in a Model of Area 17. Artificial Neural Networks - ICANN 97. Springer-Verlag, 189 – 194.

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Bartsch, H., Stetter, M. and Obermayer, K. (1997). A Model for Orientation Tuning and Contextual Effects of Orientation Selective Receptive Fields. Artificial Neural Networks - ICANN 97. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 237 – 242.

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Bauer, U., Adorjan, P., Scholz, M., Levitt, J., Lund, J. and Obermayer, K. (1997). On the Anatomical Basis of Field Size, Contrast Sensitivity, and Orientation Selectivity in Macaque Striate Cortex: A Model Study. Artificial Neural Networks - ICANN 97. Springer-Verlag, 213 – 218.

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1996

Piepenbrock, C., Ritter, H. and Obermayer, K. (1996). Cortical Map Development Driven by Spontaneous Retinal Activity Waves. Artificial Neural Networks - ICANN 96. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 427 – 432.

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1995

Weber, C., Ritter, H., Cowan, J. and Obermayer, K. (1995). A Model for Intrinsic and Activity Dependent Mechanisms Underlying the Regeneration of the Retinotectal Map in Goldfish. Artificial Neural Networks - ICANN 95, 491 – 496.

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Erwin, E., Obermayer, K. and Schulten, K. (1995). A Critical Comparison of Models for Orientation and Ocular Dominance Columns in the Striate Cortex. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 7. MIT Press, 93 – 100.

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1994

Obermayer, K., Kiorpes, L. and Blasdel, G. (1994). Development of Orientation and Ocular Dominance Columns in Infant Macaques. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 6. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 543 – 550.

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1993

Erwin, E., Obermayer, K. and Schulten, K. (1993). A Comparison of Models of Visual Cortical Map Formation. Computation and Neural Systems. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 395 – 402.

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1992

Obermayer, K., Schulten, K. and Blasdel, G. (1992). A Comparison of a Neural Network Model for the Formation of Brain Maps with Experimental Data. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 4. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 83 – 90.

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Erwin, E., Obermayer, K. and Schulten, K. (1992). Formation and Variability of Somatotopic Maps with Topological Mismatch. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Neural Networks, 115 – 126.


1991

Obermayer, K., Blasdel, G. and Schulten, K. (1991). A Neural Network Model for the Formation of the Spatial Structure of Retinotopic Maps, Orientation- and Ocular Dominance Columns. Artificial Neural Networks I. North Holland, 505 – 511.


Obermayer, K., Ritter, H. and Schulten, K. (1991). Development and Spatial Structure of Cortical Feature Maps: a Model Study. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 11 – 17.

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1990

Obermayer, K., Heller, H., Ritter H. and K., S. (1990). Simulation of Self-Organizing Neural Nets: A Comparison between a T800-Transputer System and a Connection Machine. Transputer Research and Applications, 95 – 106.

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Obermayer, K., Ritter H. and Schulten, K. (1990). Large-Scale Simulation of a Self-Organizing Neural Network: Formation of a Somatopic Map. Parallel Processing in Neural Systems and Computers. Elsevier, 71 – 74.

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Obermayer, K., Ritter, H. J. and Schulten, K. J. (1990). A Neural Network Model for the Formation of Topographic Maps in the CNS: Development of Receptive Fields. Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (San Diego, CA). Piscataway, NJ: IEEE.

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