Optimal In-Place Learning and the Lobe Component Analysis

@article{Weng2006OptimalIL,
  title={Optimal In-Place Learning and the Lobe Component Analysis},
  author={Juyang Weng and Nan Zhang},
  journal={The 2006 IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Network Proceedings},
  year={2006},
  pages={3887-3894}
}
It is difficult to map many existing learning algorithms onto biological networks because the former require a separate learning network. The computational basis of biological cortical learning is still poorly understood. This paper rigorously introduces a concept called in-place learning. With in-place learning, every networked neuron in-place is responsible for the learning of its signal processing characteristics (e.g., efficacies of synapses) within its connected network environment. There… CONTINUE READING
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