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Fakultät für Informatik


295. Informatik-Kolloquium

Professur Künstliche Intelligenz


Herr Prof. Dr. Christian Leibold

Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität München
Computational Neuroscience
Department Biology II

"Computing with hippocampal sequences"

Freitag, 15.02.2019
14:30 Uhr, Straße der Nationen 62, Böttcher-Bau, 1/336 (neu: A12.336)

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Hippocampal place cells are activated in sequence on multiple time scales during active behavior as well as resting states. Reports of prewired hippocampal place cell sequences that were decoded as future behaviors are hard to bring into register with the suspected roles of the hippocampus in the formation of autobiographic episodic memories and spatial learning. Here, I propose a computational model, that shows how a set of predefined internal sequences that are linked to only a small number of salient landmarks in a large random maze can be used to construct a spatial map of a previously unknown maze.