A sample code of the tapped delay line model.

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Free Keywords: tapped delay line, Desmond and Moore (1988), Moore Desmond and Berthier (1989), eyeblink conditioning, ninctitating membrane response, model
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Title A sample code of the tapped delay line model.
Free Keywords tapped delay line, Desmond and Moore (1988), Moore Desmond and Berthier (1989), eyeblink conditioning, ninctitating membrane response, model
Description This is our re-implementation of the cerebellar model presented in the
following papers:

Desmond JE, and Moore JW (1988). Adaptive Timing in Neural
Networks: The conditioned Response. Biol Cybern 58 405--415.

Moore JW, Desmond JE, and Berthier NE (1989). Adaptively Timed
Conditioned Responses and the Cerebellum: A Neural Network
Approach. Biol Cybern 62 17--28.

One can set parameters arbitrarily and simulate the network dynamics.

Please notice that this program is not directly related to the
original version developed by Desmond and Moore (1988).

** Files

This folder contains the following files:

readme.txt :: This file

Makefile :: Makefile

tapped_delayline.c :: The source code written in C.

V.dat :: An example of 3D data of V (synaptic weight) values. Figure
4 in Desmond and Moore (1988) is reproduced if the data are plotted
in 3D.

Y.dat :: An example of data of Y (simulated conditioned response
topographies) values. Figure 3 in Desmond and Moore (1988) is
reproduced if the data are plotted.

s_hat.dat :: An example of data of s (network output) values.

V.dat, Y.dat and s_hat.dat files are generated by the program.

** Usage

1. Modify parameters at the top of the code.
2. Modify Tau (onset and offset times of the US) and L (reinforcement
signal) values in main function.
3. Compile the code.
4. Run the program.
5. The program generates V.dat, Y.dat, and s_hat.dat.

** Authors

Takeru Honda and Tadashi Yamazaki

TH: Dept. of Information and Communication Engineering, University of
Electro-communications. TY: Lab. for Motor Learning Control, RIKEN
Brain Science Institute.

** Copyright

Copyright (c) 2007 RIKEN (The Institute of Physical and Chemical
Research) All rights reversed.

** License

CC-BY

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License. To view a copy of this license, visit
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California, 94105, USA.
Last Modified Date Mar 21, 2013 15:08:47
Created Date Mar 16, 2011 14:03:01
Contributor NIJC Administrator (nijcadmin)
Item Type Online Simulation
Change Log(History)
Mar 21, 2013 Modified; Contents URL.
Feb 12, 2012 Modified; Description.
Jun 27, 2011 Modified; Preview.
Mar 24, 2011 Modified; Index.
Mar 23, 2011 Modified; Preview.
Mar 16, 2011 Modified; Simulator, Model site name.
Model Contents URL http://cerebellum.neuroinf.jp/modules/xoonips/detail.php?item_id=350
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