Synaptic Plasticity in the Cerebellar Cortex and its Role in Motor Learning
- Biology, PsychologyCanadian Journal of Neurological Sciences / Journal Canadien des Sciences Neurologiques
The hypothesis that learning proceeds in cerebellar tissues in such a way that error signals of climbing fibers act to depress by LTD those parallel fiber synapses responsible for the errors is probably also for other forms of motor and cognitive learning.
Outline for a Theory of Motor Learning
This paper outlines a new theory of motor learning. The theory is constrained by the anatomy and physiology of sensorimotor pathways through the cerebellum, motor cortex, brainstem and spinal cord.…
Habituation rules for a theory of the cerebellar cortex
- BiologyBiological Cybernetics
It is shown that emitting frequency along a Purkinje cell axon results from a discrimination by the system between transformed input signals and an external “noise” due to all other “contexts”, and learning could be considered as the result of a conflict between a set of patterns and the transformedinput signals.
A neural network model of the cerebellar cortex performing dynamic associations
- Biology, Computer ScienceBiological Cybernetics
A neural network model, constructed according to the anatomy of the cerebellar cortex, and capable of learning and retrieval of temporal sequences of patterns, and to assess the capacity of formal neural network techniques for modeling of real neural systems.
The modifiable neuronal network of the cerebellum.
- BiologyThe Japanese journal of physiology
The idea that a corticonuclear microcomplex endows an extracerebellar system with subtle control capabilities such as coordination, prediction, and adaptation-learning is supported with experimental data on the cerebellar control of the vestibulo-ocular reflex.
A Hybrid Model of the Cerebellum: An Overview
- Computer Science, Biology
It is proposed that pattern recognition and control of firing by output cells are separately handled functions which process independently variable data, which can account for the evidence without a machine learning algorithm.
Mechanisms of Motor Learning
This presentation outlines the outcome of recent investigations in the laboratory of rabbit’s cerebello-vestibulo-ocular system and examines how the experimental data support the Marr-Albus model of the cerebellum.
A theory of memory that explains the function and structure of the cerebellum.
- BiologyBrain research
A theory of cerebellar cortex and adaptive motor control based on two types of universal function approximation capability
- BiologyNeural Networks
Presynaptic plasticity at cerebellar parallel fiber terminals.
It is argued that the wide range of possible mechanisms that can strengthen the parallel fiber to Purkinje cell synapse at the presynaptic level endows the cerebellar cortex with optimal computational capacities to potentiate both spatial and temporal cues that are relevant for fine-regulating memory formation.
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Excitatory and inhibitory processes acting upon individual Purkinje cells of the cerebellum in cats
- BiologyThe Journal of physiology
It would seem highly desirable to be able to elucidate the role of the unique system of basket cells (B-cells) with dendritic receptors in the molecular layer (and possibly elsewhere) and efferent axons (B.e.) in the cerebellar afferent system.
A theory of cerebellar cortex
- Biology, PsychologyThe Journal of physiology
1. A detailed theory of cerebellar cortex is proposed whose consequence is that the cerebellum learns to perform motor skills. Two forms of input—output relation are described, both consistent with…
The primate cerebellar cortex: a Golgi and electron microscopic study.
- BiologyProgress in brain research
Receptive fields, binocular interaction and functional architecture in the cat's visual cortex
- BiologyThe Journal of physiology
This method is used to examine receptive fields of a more complex type and to make additional observations on binocular interaction and this approach is necessary in order to understand the behaviour of individual cells, but it fails to deal with the problem of the relationship of one cell to its neighbours.
PRINCIPLES OF NEURODYNAMICS. PERCEPTRONS AND THE THEORY OF BRAIN MECHANISMS
The background, basic sources of data, concepts, and methodology to be employed in the study of perceptrons are reviewed, and some of the notation to be used in later sections are presented.
Quantitative data on the inferior olivary nucleus in man, cat and vampire bat
- BiologyThe Journal of comparative neurology
The number of cells in the human is about 908,680 which is about one‐fifteenth the number of Purkinje cells thought by others to be present in thehuman cerebellum.
Perceptrons - an introduction to computational geometry
- Computer Science
The aim of this book is to seek general results from the close study of abstract version of devices known as perceptrons.
- Mathematical Biosciences
Discharge of cerebellar neurons related to two maintained postures and two prompt movements. II. Purkinje cell output and input.
- BiologyJournal of neurophysiology