Mau-Hsiang Shih

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We describe a decirculation process which marks perturbations of network structure and neural updating that are necessary for evolutionary neural networks to proceed from one circulating state to another. Two aspects of control parameters, screen updating and flow diagrams, are developed to quantify such perturbations, and hence to manage the dynamics of(More)
Donald O. Hebb’s neurophysiological cell-assembly postulate provides the first description of a mechanism for synaptic plasticity by which cortical circuits might admit self-sustaining reverberatory activity to bind association-area neurons into the basic building blocks of information. There is increasing empirical support for Hebb’s contribution to(More)
A dynamic representation of neural population responses asserts that motor cortex is a flexible pattern generator sending rhythmic, oscillatory signals to generate multiphasic patterns of movement. This raises a question concerning the design and control of new computing machines that mimic the oscillatory patterns and multiphasic patterns seen in neural(More)
Adaptive tracking control of mobile robots requires the ability to follow a trajectory generated by a moving target. The conventional analysis of adaptive tracking uses energy minimization to study the convergence and robustness of the tracking error when the mobile robot follows a desired trajectory. However, in the case that the moving target generates(More)
*Correspondence: mhshih@math.ntnu.edu.tw Department of Mathematics, National Taiwan Normal University, 88 Sec. 4, Ting Chou Road, Taipei, 11677, Taiwan Abstract Stability of general equilibrium is usually depicted by a dynamic process of price adjustment which makes the flow of prices eventually come to rest at certain prices, so that the supply and demand(More)