A single-cell spiking model for the origin of grid-cell patterns

Abstract

Spatial cognition in mammals is thought to rely on the activity of grid cells in the entorhinal cortex, yet the fundamental principles underlying the origin of grid-cell firing are still debated. Grid-like patterns could emerge via Hebbian learning and neuronal adaptation, but current computational models remained too abstract to allow direct confrontation… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005782

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@inproceedings{DAlbis2017ASS, title={A single-cell spiking model for the origin of grid-cell patterns}, author={Tiziano D'Albis and Richard Kempter}, booktitle={PLoS computational biology}, year={2017} }