A Simulation of Cerebellar Cortex
A Simulation of Cerebellar Cortex
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A Simulation of Cerebellar Cortex

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Completed on 2017-03-08

About the Book

This is a reprint of the project report which I submitted as part of the MSc degree requirements at Birkbeck College, University of London in 1974.The neural network model that it describes is still of interest, and I am currently exploringits potential using computing technology that is many orders of magnitude more powerfulthan that available in 1974.

Marr's model of cereblear cortex is a biologically inspred associative mmeory that learns much faster than most current ANN models.

About the Author

Romilly Cocking
Romilly Cocking

I'm a long-term lover of computing, robotics and AI.

I wrote my first program in 1958. I'm now semi-retired, but still learning, teaching, programming and building.

Table of Contents

  • Forward
    • David Marr
    • Relevance today
    • The republication of the report.
  • M.Sc. Project Report - R.J. Cocking
  • A simulation of cerebellar cortex
    • Introduction
    • 1. Marr’s model of Cerebellar Cortex
    • 2 A learning program based on Marr’s model
    • 3 The results
    • 3.2 Presentation of the results
    • 3.3 Comments
    • 3.4 Future developments
    • Appendix: ALGOL60 source code
    • Appendix 2

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