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- John Hertz, Anders Krogh, +13 authors H Sompolinsky
- 1991

Addison-Wesley holds the copyright on this material, but gives permission for free individual use. This does not cover any form of redistribution for sale or proot. Contact Addison-Wesley directly (e-mail D4065@applelink.apple.com) for more information. The price is $29.95 paperbound (ISBN 0{201{51560{1) or $44.25 hardbound (ISBN 0{201{50395{6). Please… (More)

We investigate self-sustaining stable states (attractors) in networks of integrate-and-fire neurons. First, we study the stability of spontaneous activity in an unstructured network. It is shown that the stochastic background activity, of 1-5 spikes/s, is unstable if all neurons are excitatory. On the other hand, spontaneous activity becomes… (More)

- Daniel J. Amit
- 1989

This volume links field theory methods and concepts from particle physics with those in critical phenomena and statistical mechanics, the development starting from the latter point of view. Rigor and lengthy proofs are...

Extensive simulations of large recurrent networks of integrate-and-fire excitatory and inhibitory neurons in realistic cortical conditions (before and after Hebbian unsupervised learning of uncorrelated stimuli) exhibit a rich phenomenology of stochastic neural spike dynamics and, in particular, coexistence between two types of stable states: spontaneous… (More)

- Daniel J. Amit, Stefano Fusi
- Neural Computation
- 1994

We discuss the long term maintenance of acquired memory in synaptic connections of a perpetually learning electronic device. This is affected by ascribing each synapse a finite number of stable states in which it can maintain for indefinitely long periods. Learning uncorrelated stimuli is expressed as a stochastic process produced by the neural activities… (More)

- Gianluigi Mongillo, Daniel J Amit, Nicolas Brunel
- The European journal of neuroscience
- 2003

Recordings from cells in the associative cortex of monkeys performing visual working memory tasks link persistent neuronal activity, long-term memory and associative memory. In particular, delayed pair-associate tasks have revealed neuronal correlates of long-term memory of associations between stimuli. Here, a recurrent cortical network model with Hebbian… (More)

- Stefano Fusi, Mario Annunziato, Davide Badoni, Andrea Salamon, Daniel J. Amit
- Neural Computation
- 2000

We present a model for spike-driven dynamics of a plastic synapse, suited for aVLSI implementation. The synaptic device behaves as a capacitor on short timescales and preserves the memory of two stable states (efficacies) on long timescales. The transitions (LTP/LTD) are stochastic because both the number and the distribution of neural spikes in any finite… (More)

- M. Griniasty, M. V. Tsodyks, Daniel J. Amit
- Neural Computation
- 1993

It is shown that a simple modification of synaptic structures (of the Hop field type) constructed to produce auto-associative attractors, produces neural networks whose attractors are correlated with several (learned) patterns used in the construction of the matrix. The modification stores in the matrix a fixed sequence ofuncorrelated pattems. The network… (More)

- D J Amit, A Bernacchia, V Yakovlev
- Cerebral cortex
- 2003

In a psychophysics experiment, monkeys were shown a sequence of two to eight images, randomly chosen out of a set of 16, each image followed by a delay interval, the last image in the sequence being a repetition of any (one) of the images shown in the sequence. The monkeys learned to recognize the repetition of an image. The performance level was studied as… (More)