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Why is PES biologically plausible?

For a learning rule to be biologically plausible, it has to only depend on knowledge/information local to the neuron (no global information about the neuron population) and has to match experimental ...
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What coding scheme does NEF use? Rate or phase?

The NEF has no formal stance on whether rate information or phase information is of importance. All it cares about is spikes. As proof, consider the derivation of the decoders, which is the core of ...
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Difference between content-addressable memory and associative memory?

From Wikipedia: Content-addressable memory (CAM) is a special type of computer memory used in certain very-high-speed searching applications. It is also known as associative memory, associative ...
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What is the equivalent of a Hamming network in the NEF?

An Associative Memory is a classifier and is equivalent to a Hamming Network. For documentation on the NEF Associative Memory, see this practical Nengo documentation and the paper "A biologically ...
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What tasks is Spaun 2.0 able to perform?

Counting task numbers in Spaun becomes somewhat meaningless due to it's instruction following capabilities. However, the missing task was the stimulus response task, wherein given an image from ...
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