Items where Author / Artist / Editor is "Murray, Alan"

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Yang, Zhijun and Cameron, Katherine and Lewinger, William and Webb, Barbara and Murray, Alan (2012) Neuromorphic control of stepping pattern generation: a dynamic model with analog circuit implementation. IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, 23 (3). pp. 373-384. ISSN 2162-237X

Yang, Zhijun and Cameron, Katherine and Murray, Alan and Boonsobhak, Vasin (2006) An adaptive visual neuronal model implementing competitive, temporally asymmetric Hebbian learning. International Journal of Neural Systems, 16 (3). pp. 151-162. ISSN 0129-0657

Yang, Zhijun and Murray, Alan and Worgotter, Florentine and Cameron, Katherine and Boonsobhak, Vasin (2006) A neuromorphic depth-from-motion vision model with STDP adaptation. IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, 17 (2). pp. 482-495. ISSN 1045-9227

Book Section

Cameron, Katherine and Yang, Zhijun and Murray, Alan (2010) Spike timing dependent plasticity: a route to robustness in hardware and algorithms. In: Neural Computation and Particle Accelerators: Research, Technology and Applications. Chabot, Emmerich and D'Arras, Horace, eds. Neuroscience Research Progress, 1 . Nova Publisher, New York, pp. 369-403. ISBN 9781607412809

Huo, Juan and Yang, Zhijun and Murray, Alan (2009) Bio-inspired real time sensory map realignment in a robotic barn owl. In: Advances in neural information processing systems 21: 22nd annual conference on neural information processing systems 2008 (Proceedings of a meeting held 8-10 December 2008, Vancouver). Koller, D. and Schuurmans, D. and Bengio, Y. and Bottou, L., eds. Curran Associates, Inc., pp. 716-723. ISBN 9781605609492

Yang, Zhijun and Murray, Alan (2004) Vision coincidence detection with STDP adaptation for Object recognition and depth analysis. In: Brain Inspired Cognitive Systems 2004. Smith, Leslie Samuel and Hussain, Amir and Aleksander, Igor, eds. University of Stirling Department of Computing Science and Mathematics. ISBN 9781857691993

Yang, Zhijun and Murray, Alan (2004) A biologically plausible neuromorphic system for object recognition and depth analysis. In: ESANN'2004 proceedings - 12th European Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks. d-side publi, pp. 157-162. ISBN 2930307048

Conference or Workshop Item

Yang, Zhijun and Murray, Alan (2010) Neuromorphic circuit implementation of isotropic sequence order learning. In: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Computational Intelligence (AICI 2010), 23-24 October, 2010, Sanya, China.

Yang, Zhijun and Huo, Juan and Monteiro, Hugo and Murray, Alan (2009) Sensor-driven neuromorphic walking leg control. In: IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2009), 24-27 May 2009, Taipei, Taiwan.

Huo, Juan and Murray, Alan and Smith, Leslie and Yang, Zhijun (2008) Adaptation of barn owl localization system with spike timing dependent plasticity. In: IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN 2008). IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, 1-8 June, 2008, Hong Kong.

Yang, Zhijun and Huo, Juan and Murray, Alan (2008) Self-organisation of gait pattern transition - an efficient approach to implementing animal gaits and gait transitions. In: Fifth International Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics: Intelligent Control Systems and Optimization (ICINCO 2008), 11-15 May, 2008, Funchal, Madeira - Portugal.

Yang, Zhijun and Murray, Alan and Huo, Juan (2008) Deterministic coincidence detection and adaptation via delayed inputs. In: 18th International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (ICANN 2008), 3-6 September 2008, Prague, Czech Republic.

Huo, Juan and Yang, Zhijun and Murray, Alan (2008) Modeling visual and auditory integration of barn owl superior colliculus with STDP. In: IEEE Conference on Cybernetics and Intelligent Systems, 21-24 September 2008, Chengdu, China.

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