Andreas Knoblauch
Andreas Knoblauch
Professor for Computer Science, Informatics Faculty, Albstadt-Sigmaringen University
Verified email at hs-albsig.de
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Memory capacities for synaptic and structural plasticity
A Knoblauch, G Palm, FT Sommer
Neural Computation 22 (2), 289-341, 2010
1432010
Pattern separation and synchronization in spiking associative memories and visual areas
A Knoblauch, G Palm
Neural Networks 14 (6-7), 763-780, 2001
1022001
Discrete combinatorial circuits emerging in neural networks: A mechanism for rules of grammar in the human brain?
F Pulvermüller, A Knoblauch
Neural networks 22 (2), 161-172, 2009
682009
Cell assemblies in the cerebral cortex
G Palm, A Knoblauch, F Hauser, A Schüz
Biological cybernetics 108 (5), 559-572, 2014
572014
Scene segmentation by spike synchronization in reciprocally connected visual areas. II. Global assemblies and synchronization on larger space and time scales
A Knoblauch, G Palm
Biological Cybernetics 87 (3), 168-184, 2002
532002
Scene segmentation by spike synchronization in reciprocally connected visual areas. I. Local effects of cortical feedback
A Knoblauch, G Palm
Biological Cybernetics 87 (3), 151-167, 2002
492002
Cognitive representations and cognitive processing of team-specific tactics in soccer
H Lex, K Essig, A Knoblauch, T Schack
PloS one 10 (2), e0118219, 2015
482015
Neural associative memory for brain modeling and information retrieval
A Knoblauch
Information Processing Letters 95 (6), 537-544, 2005
482005
Synchronization and pattern separation in spiking associative memories and visual cortical areas
A Knoblauch
Universität Ulm, 2004
442004
Does spike-timing-dependent synaptic plasticity couple or decouple neurons firing in synchrony?
A Knoblauch, F Hauser, MO Gewaltig, E Körner, G Palm
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 6, 55, 2012
412012
Combining visual attention, object recognition and associative information processing in a neurobotic system
R Fay, U Kaufmann, A Knoblauch, H Markert, G Palm
Biomimetic neural learning for intelligent robots, 118-143, 2005
382005
What is signal and what is noise in the brain?
A Knoblauch, G Palm
Biosystems 79 (1-3), 83-90, 2005
372005
Structural synaptic plasticity has high memory capacity and can explain graded amnesia, catastrophic forgetting, and the spacing effect
A Knoblauch, E Körner, U Körner, FT Sommer
PloS one 9 (5), e96485, 2014
342014
Modelling of syntactical processing in the cortex
H Markert, A Knoblauch, G Palm
BioSystems 89 (1-3), 300-315, 2007
342007
Synaptic plasticity, conduction delays, and inter-areal phase relations of spike activity in a model of reciprocally connected areas
A Knoblauch, FT Sommer
Neurocomputing 52, 301-306, 2003
332003
Implementing a neural associative memory based on non-linear learning of discrete synapses
A Knoblauch
US Patent 8,463,722, 2013
302013
Associating words to visually recognized objects
A Knoblauch, R Fay, U Kaufmann, H Markert, G Palm
Anchoring symbols to sensor data. Papers from the AAAI Workshop. Technical …, 2004
262004
A hybrid brain interface for a humanoid robot assistant
A Finke, A Knoblauch, H Koesling, H Ritter
2011 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and …, 2011
252011
Neural associative memory with optimal bayesian learning
A Knoblauch
Neural Computation 23 (6), 1393-1451, 2011
242011
Closed-form expressions for the moments of the binomial probability distribution
A Knoblauch
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 69 (1), 197-204, 2008
242008
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