A multilevel neuromolecular architecture that uses the extradimensional bypass principle to facilitate evolutionary learning

@inproceedings{Chen1994AMN,
  title={A multilevel neuromolecular architecture that uses the extradimensional bypass principle to facilitate evolutionary learning},
  author={Jong-Chen Chen and Michael Conrad},
  year={1994}
}
Abstract A multilevel neuronal architecture integrating memory and internal dynamics is presented. The architecture has two levels of pattern processing neurons, called enzymatic neurons, orchestrated by two levels of memory access neurons, called reference neurons. The neural activity of the enzymatic neurons is controlled by information processing on the membrane cytoskeleton, modeled with cellular automata. The reference neuron selects a repertoire of enzymatic neurons to perform coherent… CONTINUE READING

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