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IBISML 2017-11-10
13:00
Tokyo Univ. of Tokyo Statistical Mechanical Analysis of Learning with Two-Layer Perceptron with Multiple Output Units -- Reconsidering Plateau Phenomenon --
Yuki Yoshida (UTokyo), Ryo Karakida (AIST), Masato Okada (UTokyo/AIST/RIKEN BSI), Shun-ichi Amari (RIKEN BSI) IBISML2017-83
The plateau phenomenon --- stopping decrease of error in the middle of learning --- is problematic.
Since Amari et al. ... [more]
IBISML2017-83
pp.347-354
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-03-13
13:10
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Problems in Interpolation of Invisible Markers of the 3D Motion Capture System during Experiments Investigating Brain Regions Responsible for Skilled Motor Activities by Using Intracranial EEGs
Motoharu Hagio (KIT), Masaya Togo, Riki Matsumoto, Akihiro Shimotake, Akio Ikeda (KU), Hiroaki Wagatsuma (KIT/RIKEN BSI/AIRC, AIST) NC2016-68
Methodologies for intracranial EEG measurement and stimulation intervention are highly important for treatments of refra... [more] NC2016-68
pp.25-30
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-03-13
13:35
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. An Investigation of the EEG Noise Removal from Measurement Data During the Real Vehicle Driving by Using Morphological Component Analysis
Mayu Ichiki, Balbir Singh, Guangyi Ai (KIT), Hiroaki Wagatsuma (KIT/RIKEN/AIST) NC2016-69
In the accident survey, a commonly reported consequence is the risk of usage of smart devices and cellphones in teen dri... [more] NC2016-69
pp.31-36
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-05-21
14:15
Toyama University of Toyama Acceleration of automatic sorting system for large scale calcium imaging data
Takahiro Nemoto, Teruo Tanaka, Akihiro Fujii (Kogakuin Univ.), Noriaki Ohkawa (Univ of Toyama.), Masaaki Sato, Yasunori Hayashi (RIKEN BSI.), Kaoru Inokuchi (Univ of Toyama.), Tomoki Fukai (RIKEN BSI.), Takashi Takekawa (Kogakuin Univ.) NC2016-4
 [more] NC2016-4
pp.17-22
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2013-11-22
13:00
Miyagi Tohoku University Statistical Mechanics of Neural Network Model with Sparse and Local Excitation
Akira Manda, Jun Kitazono (Univ. of Tokyo), Toshiaki Omori (Kobe Univ.), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN BSI) NC2013-46
 [more] NC2013-46
pp.1-6
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2012-03-15
16:00
Tokyo Tamagawa University Brain mechanisms of dynamic image generation based on body schema (5) : Computation of homing vector with modulous code of grid cells in the rat entorhinal cortex by applying the Gauss Method.
Masashi Salvador Mitsuzawa (Tokyo Univ./RIKEN BSI), Islam Tanvir (RIKEN BSI), Naoyuki Sato (Hakodate Future Univ.), Toshio Inui (Kyoto Univ.), Yoko Yamaguchi (Tokyo Univ./RIKEN BSI) NC2011-169
Place cells in the hippocapmus are thought to be involved in the cognitive map. Grid cells in the rat enthorhinal cortex... [more] NC2011-169
pp.281-285
NC 2012-01-27
11:25
Hokkaido Future University Hakodate Decoding performance of quantum fluctuation for Sourlas code
Yosuke Otsubo (Univ. of Tokyo), Jun-ichi Inoue (Hokkaido Univ.), Kenji Nagata (Univ. of Tokyo), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN) NC2011-113
 [more] NC2011-113
pp.95-100
TL 2011-08-05
16:20
Hiroshima Hiroshima Univ. [Poster Presentation] Effects of Vision and Language on Attention during Sentence Comprehension -- A Visual World Study --
Nobuyuki Jincho (RIKEN), Hiroaki Oishi (RIKEN/JSPS), Reiko Mazuka (RIKEN/Duke Univ.) TL2011-16
This study investigates whether the bottom-up visual information can facilitate or disrupt the language-mediated attenti... [more] TL2011-16
pp.49-52
NC 2011-07-25
11:35
Hyogo Graduate School of Engineering, Kobe University A Gabor Wavelet Pyramid-based Elastic Graph Dynamic Link Model
Yasuomi D. Sato (Kyushu Inst. of Tech./FIAS/BTCC), Yasutaka Kuriya (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.) NC2011-23
 [more] NC2011-23
pp.15-18
NC 2011-07-26
11:50
Hyogo Graduate School of Engineering, Kobe University Origin and computational roles of spontaneous noise in cortex
Jun-nosuke Teramae, Tomoki Fukai (RIKEN BSI) NC2011-37
(To be available after the conference date) [more] NC2011-37
pp.93-96
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2011-03-07
16:25
Tokyo Tamagawa University Brain mechanisms of dynamic image generation based on body schema (3) -- Neural Mechanism of Spatial Processing Based on the Entorhinal Grid Cells --
Naoyuki Sato (Future Univ. Hakodate), Tanvir Islam (RIKEN BSI), Toshio Inui (Kyoto Univ.), Yoko Yamaguchi (RIKEN BSI) NC2010-148
Entorhinal grid cells are known to represent a metric of space in multiple scales and expected to play a key role in the... [more] NC2010-148
pp.125-130
NC, NLP 2011-01-24
18:00
Hokkaido Hokakido Univ. Maximization of learning speed in motor cortex due to neuron redundancy
Ken Takiyama (The Univ. of Tokyo.), Masato Okada (The Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN) NLP2010-139 NC2010-103
 [more] NLP2010-139 NC2010-103
pp.87-92
HIP, ITE-HI, ITE-CE 2010-10-14
15:30
Miyagi RIEC Neural Substrate for the Subjective Preference about Colors
Masahiro Kawasaki, Yoko Yamaguchi (RIKEN) HIP2010-50
 [more] HIP2010-50
pp.21-24
NC, NLP, IPSJ-BIO [detail] 2010-06-19
13:50
Okinawa Ryukyu-daigaku-gozyu-syunen-kinenn-kaikan Stochastic phase description of fluctuating rhythmic elements
Shigefumi Hata (Kyoto Univ.), Kensuke Arai (RIKEN), Hiroya Nakao (Kyoto Univ.) NLP2010-16 NC2010-16
Rhythmic elements are widely distributed in nature and synchronization among them attracts much attention in diverse fie... [more] NLP2010-16 NC2010-16
pp.135-139
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2010-03-09
09:50
Tokyo Tamagawa University A computational theory of horizontal connection in primary visual cortex
Hiroaki Sasaki (Tohoku Univ./RIKEN), Shunji Satoh (The Univ. of Electro-Comm.), Shiro Usui (RIKEN) NC2009-88
It is believed that in primary visual cortex(V1), neurons efficiently encode natural images by the sparse outputs of the... [more] NC2009-88
pp.7-12
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2010-03-11
15:25
Tokyo Tamagawa University Computational theory of V1 receptive fields and binocular vision
Shunji Satoh, Yutaka Sakaguchi (Univ. of Elector-Comm.), Shiro Usui (Riken BSI) NC2009-154
We propose a simple but novel mathematical framework dealing with binocular vision; using complex functions, {left image... [more] NC2009-154
pp.391-396
TL 2009-07-19
10:00
Fukuoka New Century Plaza II, Hakozaki Campus of Kyushu Univ. Prediction of modifiers during sentence processing
Manabu Arai (Riken BSI), Frank Keller, Vera Demberg (Univ. of Edinburgh) TL2009-20
Many studies have recently shown that comprehenders can anticipate upcoming information on the basis of only part of a s... [more] TL2009-20
pp.67-72
NC, NLP 2009-07-13
14:00
Nara NAIST Minimum Conditional Entropy Principle Inferred from Irregular Firing of in Vivo Cortical Neurons
Yasuhiro Tsubo, Yoshikazu Isomura, Tomoki Fukai (RIKEN BSI) NLP2009-20 NC2009-13
Spike sequences recorded from cortical neurons in an awake animal are known to be highly irregular. It is crucial for el... [more] NLP2009-20 NC2009-13
pp.33-35
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2009-03-12
10:25
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. Fractional derivative of Gaussian functions: A model for spatio-temporal receptive fields of V1 simple cells
Shunji Satoh, Shiro Usui (RIKEN) NC2008-127
 [more] NC2008-127
pp.141-146
NC 2008-10-23
10:15
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Statistical Mechanical Approach for Computational Neuroscience -- With the use of the Primary Visual Area Model --
Ken Takiyama (Tokyo Univ.), Yasushi Naruse (NICT), Masato Okada (Tokyo Univ./RIKEN BSI) NC2008-39
In this study, we propose a multi-hypercolumn model consisting of $K$ hypercolumns. Adjacent hypercolumns have inter-hyp... [more] NC2008-39
pp.19-24
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