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We study the stable phases of an attractor neural network model, with binary units, for hippocampal place cells encoding one-dimensional (1D) or 2D spatial maps or environments. Different maps correspond to random allocations (permutations) of the place fields. Based on replica calculations we show that, below critical levels for the noise in the neural… (More)

The dynamics of a neural model for hippocampal place cells storing spatial maps is studied. In the absence of external input, depending on the number of cells and on the values of control parameters (number of environments stored, level of neural noise, average level of activity, connectivity of place cells), a "clump" of spatially localized activity can… (More)

The spontaneous transitions between D-dimensional spatial maps in an attractor neural network are studied. Two scenarios for the transition from one map to another are found, depending on the level of noise: (i) through a mixed state, partly localized in both maps around positions where the maps are most similar, and (ii) through a weakly localized state in… (More)

The dynamics of a neural model for hippocampal place cells storing spatial maps is studied. In the absence of external input, depending on the number of cells and on the values of control parameters (number of environments stored, level of neural noise, average level of activity, connectivity of place cells), a 'clump' of spatially-localized activity can… (More)

Place cells are neurons in the hippocampus whose activity depends on the animal's location in space and are therefore thought to be crucial for spatial representation [1]. Based on the assumption that CA3 works as an attractor neural network [2] models have shown that spatially-localized attractors, corresponding to different 'environments' or 'spatial… (More)

We study the stable phases of an attractor neural network model, with binary units, for hip-pocampal place cells encoding 1D or 2D spatial maps or environments. Using statistical mechanics tools we show that, below critical values for the noise in the neural response and for the number of environments, the network activity is spatially localized in one… (More)

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