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Brain-inspired vector navigation

Brain-inspired vector navigation

Brain-inspired vector navigation method for UAV based on model of multi-scale grid cells Abstract: Animals have excellent ability to perform vector navigation, which provides a useful biological model for developing a very promising paradigm of autonomous intelligent goal-directed navigation for UAV working in unknown environment.

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Navigation Cell-like Patterns Trained by Artificial Neural Networks

Navigation Cell-like Patterns Trained by Artificial Neural Networks

Emergence of Grid-like Representations by Training Recurrent Neural Networks to Perform Spatial Localization Abstract: Decades of research on the neural code underlying spatial navigation have re- vealed a diverse set of neural response properties.

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The Brain Maps Out Diverse Behavioral Tasks Like Spaces

The Brain Maps Out Diverse Behavioral Tasks Like Spaces

The Brain Maps Out Ideas and Memories Like Spaces Abstract: In the parable of the blind men and the elephant (as shown in the header image of the page), each paid attention to a different aspect of the creature.

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