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We develop a mathematical formalism or calculating connectivity volumes generated by specific topologies with various physical packing strategies. We consider four topologies (full, random, nearest-neighbor, and modular connectivity) and three physical models: (i) interior packing, where neurons and connection fibers are intermixed, (ii) sheeted packing(More)
The authors discuss some problems in learning networks. They propose a new learning procedure, CALM (Categorizing And Learning Module). CALM uses pairs of excitatory representation nodes and inhibitory veto nodes, bound together in a modular structure with an arousal node. Learning in the module is enhanced by a nonspecific external node connected to the(More)
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