Adaptive filter model of the cerebellum

  title={Adaptive filter model of the cerebellum},
  author={Masahiko Fujita},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  • M. Fujita
  • Published 1 October 1982
  • Biology
  • Biological Cybernetics
The Marr-Albus model of the cerebellum has been reformulated with linear system analysis. This adaptive linear filter model of the cerebellum performs a filtering action of a phase lead-lag compensator with learning capability, and will give an account for the phenomena which have been termed “cerebellar compensation”. It is postulated that a Golgi cell may act as a phase lag element; for example, as a leaky integrator with time constant about several seconds. Under this assumption, a mossy… 

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