Project Description and Plan
This work is done together with the PET/Cognitive Neurophysiology Research group at the Karolinska Hospital.
A popular science presentation of my work, based on a lecture held at Connect Stockholm February 5 200.
Mikael Djurfeldt, Anders Sandberg, Örjan Ekeberg and Anders Lansner, See---a framework for simulation of biologically detailed and artificial neural networks and systems, Neurocomputing vol 25-27, pp. 999-1003 1999
Anders Sandberg, Anders Lansner, Karl-Magnus Petersson and Örjan Ekeberg, An incremental Bayesian learning rule, Tech. report TRITA-NA-P9908 NADA, KTH, Stockholm 1999.
Anders Sandberg, Anders Lansner, Karl-Magnus Petersson and Örjan Ekeberg, A Palimpsest Memory based on an Incremental Bayesian Learning Rule. Neurocomputing 32-33 (2000) 987-994.
Anders Lansner, Anders Sandberg and K. M. Petersson. On Forgetful Attractor Memories. ANNIMAB-1, Gothemburg, Sweden. 54-62. (2000)
Anders Sandberg, Anders Lansner, Karl-Magnus Petersson, Selective Enhancement of Recall through Plasticity Modulation in an Autoassociative Memory. Neurocomputing 38-40 (2001) 867-873.
Anders Sandberg, Anders Lansner, Karl-Magnus Petersson, Incremental Learning in Bayesian Attractor Networks. Presented at XXVII International Congress of Psychology.
Anders Sandberg, Anders Lansner, Karl-Magnus Petersson, A Bayesian Connectionist Model for Memory Scanning. Presented at XXVII International Congress of Psychology.
Anders Lansner and Anders Sandberg (2001). Functionality and Performance of Brain-Inspired Neural Networks. NOLTA 2001, Zao, Sendai, Japan. 501-504.
Anders Sandberg & Anders Lansner, Synaptic Depression as an Intrinsic Driver of Reinstatement Dynamics in an Attractor Network. To appear in Neurocomputing.
Anders Sandberg, Anders Lansner, Karl-Magnus Petersson & Örjan Ekeberg, A Bayesian attractor network with incremental learning. Network: Computation in Neural Systems volume 13 issue 2 (May 2002) 79-194.
Anders Sandberg, Bayesian Attractor Neural Network Models of Memory, Doctoral thesis, Nada 2003.
Anders Sandberg, Jesper Tegnér and Anders Lansner, A Working Memory Model Based on Fast Learning. Network: Computation in Neural Systems, volume 14, issue 4, pages 789-802, 2003.
Anders Sandberg, Erik Fransen, Achieving Temporal Precision Despite Slow Signals Using Feedback: An Autocatalytic Model of STDP Timing from Slow Calcium Signals, Poster presented at CNS 2004, work to be published in Neurocomputing.
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Lecture notes on models of development and morphogenes, in PDF or Postscript
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