Predictive Coding and the Slowness Principle: An Information-Theoretic Approach

@article{Creutzig2008PredictiveCA,
  title={Predictive Coding and the Slowness Principle: An Information-Theoretic Approach},
  author={Felix Creutzig and Henning Sprekeler},
  journal={Neural Computation},
  year={2008},
  volume={20},
  pages={1026-1041}
}
Understanding the guiding principles of sensory coding strategies is a main goal in computational neuroscience. Among others, the principles of predictive coding and slowness appear to capture aspects of sensory processing. Predictive coding postulates that sensory systems are adapted to the structure of their input signals such that information about future inputs is encoded. Slow feature analysis (SFA) is a method for extracting slowly varying components from quickly varying input signals… CONTINUE READING
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