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To study the roles of the perirhinal cortex (PRh) and temporal cortex (area TE) in stimulus-reward associations, we recorded spike activities of cells from PRh and TE in two monkeys performing a visually cued go/no-go task. Each visual cue indicated the required motor action as well as the availability of reward after correct completion of the trial. Eighty… (More)
In this article we present a mechanism in which we find new non-perturbative solutions of quantum electrodynamics in four dimensions. Two non-perturbative solutions are found for approximate Schwinger-Dyson equations. The mass ratio of the three solutions (one is ordinary solution) is approximately 1 : (8π/α) 2/3 : 8π/α, which is close to the realistic mass… (More)
The perirhinal cortex (PRh), which has extensive connections with diverse brain sites, may contribute to semantic memory by associating various types of information about objects. However, the extent of the types of associations in which PRh participates is unknown. In the present study, we let monkeys experience a consistent contingency between visual cues… (More)
It is proven that the partition function of 3-dimensional simplicial gravity has an exponential upper bound with the following assumption: any three dimensional sphere S 3 is constructed by repeated identification of neighboring links and neighboring triangles in the boundary of a simplicial 3-ball. This assumption is weaker than the one proposed by other… (More)
A string field theory including open string fields is constructed in the temporal gauge. It consists of string interaction vertices similar to the light-cone gauge string field theory. A slight modification of the definition of the time coordinate is needed because of the existence of the open string end points.