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Integrating hippocampal and parietal functions: a spatial point of view

@inproceedings{Burgess1998IntegratingHA,
  title={Integrating hippocampal and parietal functions: a spatial point of view},
  author={Neil Burgess and Kate J Jeffery and John O'Keefe},
  year={1998}
}
  • Neil Burgess, Kate J Jeffery, John O'Keefe
  • Published 1998
  • Computer Science
  • Measuring devices each deliver a measuring value for a property of the measuring liquid. From certain measuring values there are formed auxiliary values. Each auxiliary value is compared with a threshold value in order to produce a recognition signal. The individual recognition signals are grouped together into a recognition-data word. Each preparatory state corresponds to a respective preparatory-data word. The calibrated state corresponds to a calibration-data word. The recognition-data word… CONTINUE READING

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