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Title

A Neuro-Inspired System for Online Learning and Recognition of Parallel Spike Trains, Based on Spike Latency, and Heterosynaptic STDP

AuthorsSusi, Gianluca; Toro, Luis Antón; Canuet, Leonides; López, María Eugenia; Maestú, Fernando; Mirasso, Claudio R. ; Pereda, Ernesto
KeywordsCoincidence detection
Spiking neurons
Spike latency
Delay
Heterosynaptic plasticity
STDP
Go/NoGo
Issue Date31-Oct-2018
PublisherFrontiers Media
CitationFrontiers in Neuroscience 12: 780 (2018)
AbstractHumans perform remarkably well in many cognitive tasks including pattern recognition. However, the neuronal mechanisms underlying this process are not well understood. Nevertheless, artificial neural networks, inspired in brain circuits, have been designed and used to tackle spatio-temporal pattern recognition tasks. In this paper we present a multi-neuronal spike pattern detection structure able to autonomously implement online learning and recognition of parallel spike sequences (i.e., sequences of pulses belonging to different neurons/neural ensembles). The operating principle of this structure is based on two spiking/synaptic neurocomputational characteristics: spike latency, which enables neurons to fire spikes with a certain delay and heterosynaptic plasticity, which allows the own regulation of synaptic weights. From the perspective of the information representation, the structure allows mapping a spatio-temporal stimulus into a multi-dimensional, temporal, feature space. In this space, the parameter coordinate and the time at which a neuron fires represent one specific feature. In this sense, each feature can be considered to span a single temporal axis. We applied our proposed scheme to experimental data obtained from a motor-inhibitory cognitive task. The results show that out method exhibits similar performance compared with other classification methods, indicating the effectiveness of our approach. In addition, its simplicity and low computational cost suggest a large scale implementation for real time recognition applications in several areas, such as brain computer interface, personal biometrics authentication, or early detection of diseases.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.3389/fnins.2018.00780
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/188482
DOI10.3389/fnins.2018.00780
ISSN1662-4548
E-ISSN1662-453X
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