Computational Intelligence and Cerebellar Enigmas
A three-layer cerebellar cortex presents a kind of ideal network for early perceptron theories, but its functioning is much more complicated. Three related topics connected with information coding and memorizing mechanisms in the cerebellum are considered: 1) demonstration that activity transformation by granule cells, conserves the signal continuity provided by snake-in-box type codes; 2) determining precision requirements for the standard CMAC as well as for more realistic cerebellar models to meet demands of adaptive critic based solutions for a nonlinear control problem (swinging pendulum); and 3) demonstration that the closed loop scheme for the synaptic weight adjustment provides a precise setting of cerebellar input-output relations and multiple predictions for physiological experiments.
W. L. Dunin-Barkowski et al., "Computational Intelligence and Cerebellar Enigmas," Proceedings of the IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence (1998, Anchorage, AK), vol. 1, pp. 640-645, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), May 1998.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/IJCNN.1998.682354
IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, WCCI'98 / INNS International Joint Conference on Neural Networks '98 (1998: May 4-9, Anchorage, AK)
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09 May 1998