Philipp J. F. Rudiger

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Detailed spiking models of the primary visual cortex (V1) in mammals use experimentally derived patterns of connectivity from adult animals, failing to explain how this connectivity develops or how it relates to function. In contrast, developmental models explore how connectivity arises as receptive fields and feature maps organize [1]. A unifying model(More)
While developmental models have been very successful in replicating the main features of experimentally observed topographic maps in the primary visual cortex (V1), they have relied on several unrealistic assumptions. These models are typically variants of the self-organizing map model [1], and almost universally assume " Mexican-hat " lateral connectivity(More)
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