Presentation 2014-10-18
Design of artificial neural system by using asynchronous bifurcation processor
Masato IZAWA, Hiroyuki TORIKAI,
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Abstract(in English) The mammalian cochlear consists of highly nonlinear components: lymph (viscous fluid), a basilar membrane (vibrating membrane in the viscous fluid), outer hair cells (active dumpers for the basilar membrane), inner hair cells (neural transducers), and spairal ganglion cells (parallel spikes density modulators). In this paper, a spiral ganglion cell model, the dynamics of which is described by an asynchronous cellular automaton (asynchronous bifurcation processor), is investigated, and it is shown that the model can reproduce typical nonlinear responses of the spiral ganglion cell in the mammalian cochlea.
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Keyword(in English) Asynchronous Cellular Automaton / Nonlinear Dynamics / Spiral Ganglion / Cell / Cochlea
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Conference Date 2014/10/11(1days)
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Title (in English) Design of artificial neural system by using asynchronous bifurcation processor
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Keyword(1) Asynchronous Cellular Automaton
Keyword(2) Nonlinear Dynamics
Keyword(3) Spiral Ganglion
Keyword(4) Cell
Keyword(5) Cochlea
1st Author's Name Masato IZAWA
1st Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University()
2nd Author's Name Hiroyuki TORIKAI
2nd Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Frontier Informatics, Kyoto Sangyo University
Date 2014-10-18
Paper # NC2014-21
Volume (vol) vol.114
Number (no) 259
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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