Attractor-map versus autoassociation based attractor dynamics in the hippocampal network.

@article{Colgin2010AttractormapVA,
  title={Attractor-map versus autoassociation based attractor dynamics in the hippocampal network.},
  author={Laura Lee Colgin and Stefan Leutgeb and K. Jezek and Jill K Leutgeb and Edvard I. Moser and Bruce L. McNaughton and May-Britt Moser},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={104 1},
  pages={35-50}
}
The autoassociative memory model of hippocampal field CA3 postulates that Hebbian associations among external input features produce attractor states embedded in a recurrent synaptic matrix. In contrast, the attractor-map model postulates that a two-dimensional continuum of attractor states is preconfigured in the network during development and that transitions among these states are governed primarily by self-motion information ("path-integration"), giving rise to the strong spatial… CONTINUE READING
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