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brain_organs [2016/01/03 21:45]
n.arakawa
brain_organs [2018/06/02 21:38]
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 ==== Brain Organs ==== ==== Brain Organs ====
 As the [[WBA Product]] specification requires a WBA model to have correspondence with actual brain organs,  As the [[WBA Product]] specification requires a WBA model to have correspondence with actual brain organs, 
-this page refers to them to give an 'image' of WBA.\\  A WBA model would have to incorporate at least the first three components (the perceptual system, the hippocampus, and the pre-frontal-cortex-basal-ganglia-thalamus loop).+this page refers to them to give an 'image' of WBA.\\  A WBA model would have to incorporate at least the first three components (the perceptual system, the hippocampus, and the pre-frontal-cortex-basal-ganglia-thalamus loop).\\ 
 +Here, it is important that a WBA model is constructed so that it can perform more than one generic class of tasks (as WBA aims for AGI).
  
 //Note that this page is under construction.// //Note that this page is under construction.//
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 At least the ventral stream consists of a cascade of cortical regions, forming a 'deep' network.\\  A WBA model would also have to take into account the fact that the cascade is richly bi-directional with afferent and efferent connections. At least the ventral stream consists of a cascade of cortical regions, forming a 'deep' network.\\  A WBA model would also have to take into account the fact that the cascade is richly bi-directional with afferent and efferent connections.
 === Hippocampus === === Hippocampus ===
-The hippocampus, consisting of several sub-regions, is supposed to be responsible to the following cognitive functions among others.+The [[http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Models_of_hippocampus|hippocampus]], consisting of several sub-regions, is supposed to be responsible to the following cognitive functions among others.
   * Transferring mid-term memory into long-term memory   * Transferring mid-term memory into long-term memory
   * Navigation (at least in rodents; see [[http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Grid_cells|the grid cells and place cells]])   * Navigation (at least in rodents; see [[http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Grid_cells|the grid cells and place cells]])
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 For a computational model, see\\ For a computational model, see\\
 O'Reilly et al.: [[http://psych.colorado.edu/~oreilly/papers/OReillyFrank06_pbwm.pdf|Making Working Memory Work: A Computational Model of Learning in the Frontal Cortex and Basal Ganglia]], Neural Computation, 18, pp.283-328 (2006) O'Reilly et al.: [[http://psych.colorado.edu/~oreilly/papers/OReillyFrank06_pbwm.pdf|Making Working Memory Work: A Computational Model of Learning in the Frontal Cortex and Basal Ganglia]], Neural Computation, 18, pp.283-328 (2006)
 +[[CCNBook-Motor summary]]
 === Amygdala === === Amygdala ===
 The amygdala is supposed to be related to affect.\\ The amygdala is supposed to be related to affect.\\
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