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neural phase codes
If you have a question about this talk, please contact David MacKay.
In his thesis, Seb Wills introduced Concurrent Recall Networks (CRNs) which are neural networks with massive memory capacity that use the precise spike timing of many neurons to code information.
In this talk I will reintroduce CRNs from a biological perspective - briefly reviewing experimental evidence for temporal coding and conjunction detectors – before presenting some new simulation results demonstrating the power of these networks.
The talk will end with speculation about sampling probability distributions and the relationship between CRNs and Hopfield networks.
This talk is part of the Inference Group series.
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