Structural Plasticity on the SpiNNaker Many-Core Neuromorphic System

@inproceedings{Bogdan2018StructuralPO,
  title={Structural Plasticity on the SpiNNaker Many-Core Neuromorphic System},
  author={Petruţ A Bogdan and Andrew G. D. Rowley and Oliver Rhodes and Stephen B. Furber},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
  year={2018}
}
The structural organization of cortical areas is not random, with topographic maps commonplace in sensory processing centers. This topographical organization allows optimal wiring between neurons, multimodal sensory integration, and performs input dimensionality reduction. In this work, a model of topographic map formation is implemented on the SpiNNaker neuromorphic platform, running in realtime using point neurons, and making use of both synaptic rewiring and spike-timing dependent plasticity… CONTINUE READING

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