Fall 1996 Colloquium Series

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                        Fall 1996 Colloquium Series

                        CENTER FOR ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS
                                  AND 
               DEPARTMENT OF COGNITIVE AND NEURAL SYSTEMS
                            BOSTON UNIVERSITY 
October 4
REPRESENTATION OF THE ACOUSTIC SPECTRUM IN THE PRIMARY AUDITORY CORTEX
Professor Shihab A. Shamma, Institute for Systems Research, 
University of Maryland

October 11
DECLARATIVE MEMORY: INSIGHTS FROM COGNITIVE NEUROBIOLOGY 
Professor Howard Eichenbaum, Department of Psychology, 
Boston University

October 18
RANDOM WALKING DURING QUIET STANDING
Professor James J. Collins, Department of Biomedical Engineering and
the Neuromuscular Research Center, Boston University 

November 1
BIDIRECTIONAL SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY AND ITS REGULATION IN THE CEREBRAL CORTEX
Professor Mark Bear, Department of Neuroscience, Brown University

November 8 
LEARNING MULTIDIMENSIONAL MAPS USING DENSITY ESTIMATION
Dr. James R. Williamson, Department of Cognitive and Neural Systems, 
Boston University 

November 15
HUMANOID ROBOTS
Professor  Rodney A. Brooks, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, MIT

November 25  (Monday at 2:00 P.M., Room B02)
MECHANISMS INFLUENCING CONTEXT DEPENDENT PROCESSING IN THE VISUAL SYSTEM
Professor Adam Sillito, Institute of Ophthalmology, 
University College, London
 
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                        Fall 1996 Colloquium Series

                        CENTER FOR ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS
                                  AND 
               DEPARTMENT OF COGNITIVE AND NEURAL SYSTEMS
                            BOSTON UNIVERSITY  
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 All talks (except November 25) on Fridays at 2:00 P.M. in Room B02
             Refreshments after the lecture in Room B01
                        677 Beacon Street, Boston 

For updated information, talk abstracts, and maps visit our web site at
http://cns-web.bu.edu/ or call 353-7857.




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