Biological Cybernetics

, Volume 46, Issue 1, pp 27-39

First online:

Dynamic connections in neural networks

  • Jerome A. FeldmanAffiliated withComputer Science Department, University of Rochester

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Massively parallel (neural-like) networks are receiving increasing attention as a mechanism for expressing information processing models. By exploiting powerful primitive units and stability-preserving construction rules, various workers have been able to construct and test quite complex models, particularly in vision research. But all of the detailed technical work was concerned with the structure and behavior offixed networks. The purpose of this paper is to extend the methodology to cover several aspects of change and memory.