Spatial navigation in geometric mazes : a computational model of rodent behavior

@inproceedings{Sheynikhovich2007SpatialNI,
  title={Spatial navigation in geometric mazes : a computational model of rodent behavior},
  author={Denis Sheynikhovich},
  year={2007}
}
Navigation is defined as the capability of planning and performing a path from the current position towards a desired location. Different types, or strategies, of navigation are used by animals depending on the task they are trying to solve. Visible goals can be approached directly, while navigation to a hidden goal usually requires a memorized representation of relative positions of the goal and surrounding landmarks. Neurophysiological and behavioral experiments on rodents suggest that… CONTINUE READING
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