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Computational Study of the Mechanisms Underlying Oscillation in Neuronal Locomotor Circuits
(Plymouth University, 2014)
In this thesis we model two very different movement-related neuronal circuits, both of which produce oscillatory patterns of activity. In one case we study oscillatory activity in the basal ganglia under both normal and ...
Brain inspired approach to computational face recognition
(Plymouth University, 2015)
Face recognition that is invariant to pose and illumination is a problem solved effortlessly by the human brain, but the computational details that underlie such efficient recognition are still far from clear. This ...