Author(s): Broule D
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Abstract Although time and space are interrelated in every occurrence of real-world events, only spatial codes are used at the basic level of most computational architectures. Inspired by neurobiological facts and hypotheses that assign a primordial coding role to the temporal dimension, and developed to address both cognitive and engineering applications, guided propagation networks (GPNs) are aimed at a generic real-time machine, based on time-space coincidence testing. The involved temporal parameters are gradually introduced, in relation with complementary applications in the field of human-machine communication: sensori-motor modeling, pattern recognition and natural language processing.
This article was published in IEEE Trans Neural Netw
and referenced in International Journal of Swarm Intelligence and Evolutionary Computation