Modelling the insect Mushroom Bodies: Application to sequence learning

@article{Arena2015ModellingTI,
  title={Modelling the insect Mushroom Bodies: Application to sequence learning},
  author={Paolo Arena and Marco Cal{\'i} and Luca Patan{\'e} and Agnese Portera and Roland Strauss},
  journal={Neural networks : the official journal of the International Neural Network Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={67},
  pages={37-53}
}
Learning and reproducing temporal sequences is a fundamental ability used by living beings to adapt behaviour repertoire to environmental constraints. This paper is focused on the description of a model based on spiking neurons, able to learn and autonomously generate a sequence of events. The neural architecture is inspired by the insect Mushroom Bodies (MBs) that are a crucial centre for multimodal sensory integration and behaviour modulation. The sequence learning capability coexists, within… CONTINUE READING

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