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The role of competitive learning in the generation of DG fields from EC inputs
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We follow up on a suggestion by Rolls and co-workers, that the effects of competitive learning should be assessed on the shape and number of spatial fields that dentate gyrus (DG) granule cells may form when receiving input from medial entorhinal cortex (mEC) grid units. Expand
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Grid cells on the ball
What sort of grid cells do we expect to see in rodents who have spent their developmental period inside a large spherical cage? Or, in a different experimental paradigm, toddling on a revolving ball,Expand
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A model for the differentiation between grid and conjunctive units in medial entorhinal cortex
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The multiple layers of medial entorhinal cortex (mEC) contain cells that differ in selectivity, connectivity, and cellular properties. Expand
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Self-organization of multiple spatial and context memories in the hippocampus
One obstacle to understanding the exact processes unfolding inside the hippocampus is that it is still difficult to clearly define what the hippocampus actually does, at the system level. AssociatedExpand
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Grid maps for spaceflight, anyone? They are for free!
We show that, given extensive exploration of a three-dimensional volume, grid units can form with the approximate periodicity of a face-centered cubic crystal, as the spontaneous product of aExpand
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P 03013 ournal of Statistical Mechanics : J Theory and Experiment Grid cells on the ball
What sort of grid cells do we expect to see in rodents who have spent their developmental period inside a large spherical cage? Or, in a different experimental paradigm, toddling on a revolving ball,Expand
A model for greed cells in 3-D environments
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We extend our single-cell adaptation model [1] to include the third dimension in the environment. Expand