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2018

Gönner, L., Vitay, J., Hamker, F.H. (2018)
A statistical note on the detection of autoassociative dynamics in hippocampal place-cell sequences
Bernstein-Konferenz 2018, 25.9.-28.9.2018, Berlin. - G-Node, doi:10.12751/nncn.bc2018.0113.

Hamker, F.H. (2018)
Neuro-computational models of spatial updating
Journal of Vision, 18:1370. doi:10.1167/18.10.1370.

Teichmann, M., Hamker, F.H. (2018)
Specific connectivity in a model of V1 and V2 combining synaptic, intrinsic, and structural plasticity
Bernstein Conference 26.-28.9.2018, Berlin, doi:10.12751/nncn.bc2018.0172.

Gönner, L., Vitay, J., Hamker, F.H. (2018)
Step-like movement of place-cell sequences: evidence for discrete attractor dynamics, or a decoding artefact?
iNav 2018 - Interdisciplinary navigation symposium, 25.6.-29.6.2018, Quartier-Tremblant / Kanada, S. 75.

Hamker, F.H., Villagrasa Escudero, F., Baladron Pezoa, J., Schroll, H., Vitay, J. (2018)
Visual Category learning by means of Basal Ganglia
MODVIS Computational and Mathematical Models in Vision, 16. 5. 2018,

Larisch, R, Gönner, L., Teichmann, M., Hamker, F.H. (2018)
Voltage-based STDP and inhibitory plasticity cooperate to improve stimulus coding in a model of V1 simple-cells
Bernstein Conference 26.-28.9.2018, Berlin, doi:10.12751/nncn.bc2018.0064.

2017

Villagrasa, F., Amirhossein, J., Hamker, F.H. (2017)
Category learning by cortex-basal ganglia interactions: A neuro-computational approach
40th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), 27.-31.08.2017, Berlin.
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Bergelt, J., Ostendorf, F., Hamker, F.H. (2017)
Revealing the impairments of thalamic lesions using a neuro-computational model of saccadic suppression of displacement
40th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), 27.-31.08.2017, Berlin.
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Schwarz, A., Hamker, F.H. (2017)
A quantitative model for attentional shift, shrinkage and visual compression in area MT
40th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), 27.-31.08.2017, Berlin.
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Jamalian, A., Hamker, F.H. (2017)
A differential equation-based spatiotemporal model of single neuron in the monkey's V4 area
40th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), 27.-31.08.2017, Berlin.
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2016

Teichmann, M., Hamker, F.H. (2016)
Spatial Synaptic Growth and Removal for Learning Individual Receptive Field Structures
In: MODVIS 2016 Computational and Mathematical Models in Vision, St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA,
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Hamker, F.H., Schwarz, A. (2016)
A quantitative neuro-computational model of attentive receptive field changes in area MT
Journal of Vision September 2016, 16:939. doi:10.1167/16.12.939.
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Teichmann, M., Hamker, F.H. (2016)
Biologically plausible Hebbian learning in deep neural networks: being more close to the nature than CNNs
Journal of Vision, 16:178. doi:10.1167/16.12.178.
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Larisch, R., Günner, L., Teichmann, M., Hamker, F.H. (2016)
Combination of voltage-based STDP with symmetric iSTDP to learn V1 simple-cells
Bernstein Conference, 2016. doi:10.12751/nncn.bc2016.0156.

Schwarz, A., Hamker, F.H. (2016)
The unified divisive-inhibition model: A neuro-computational model for attentional scaling of receptive field size in middle-temporal area
Bernstein Conference, 2016. doi:10.12751/nncn.bc2016.0220.
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Schwarz, A., Beuth, F., Hamker, F.H. (2016)
Learning Object Representations for Modeling Attention in Real World Scenes
MODVIS Computational and Mathematical Models in Vision, St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA, 2016.
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2015

Teichmann, M., Schuster, J., Hamker, F.H. (2015)
A computational model of the perisaccadic updating of spatial attention
Journal of Vision, ISSN 1534-7362, 15:69. doi:10.1167/15.12.69.
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Teichmann, M., Hamker, F.H. (2015)
A recurrent multilayer model with Hebbian learning and intrinsic plasticity
MODVIS 2015 Computational and Mathematical Models in Vision, St. Pete Beach, Florida, USA,
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Schuster, J., Teichmann, M., Hamker, F.H. (2015)
A computational model of the perisaccadic updating of spatial attention
Bernstein Konferenz 2015, doi:10.12751/nncn.bc2015.0155.



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