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Dynamic Brain Forum 2009 (DBF 2009)

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Oral Presentation

  1. M. Tsukada, Creativity, Dynamics and Mutual Interaction
  2. I. Tsuda, Theoretical predictions and experimental proofs on Cantor coding in the hippocampus
  3. W. Freeman, Vortices in brain electric activity and their significance for perception
  4. H. Ito, Thinking about Brain-Machine-Interface-a personal view
  5. N. Isomura, Functional and Morphological Identification of Single Cortical Neurons in Behaving Rats
  6. P. Erdi, Multi-scale modeling of schizophrenia
  7. T. Aihara, Interaction among dendritic inputs in Hippocampal CA1 network
  8. A. Treves, Creative latching dynamics in a simplified cortical network
  9. K. Aihara, Neural Coding, Time Series Analysis, and Mathematical Modelling
  10. J. Zhai, A Stochastic neurons firing model to distinuish awake and asleep by human ECOG
  11. T. Nomura, An Open Platform for Morphological and Dynamical System Models of Physiological Functions and its Possible Contribution to the Dynamic Brain Platform
  12. P. Hunter, Computational Physiology & the Physiome Project: Challenges and opportunities for brain research
  13. S. Usui, INCF Japan-node and Neuroinformatics Platforms
  14. J. Okuda, Roles of memory for prospection and planning
  15. A. Guo, Neural mechanisms of decision making , as revealed in fruit fly Drosophila brain
  16. G. Sandner, The Lipska-Weinberger model of schizophrenia: new conceptual and experimental developments
  17. X. Pan, Reward prediction by prefrontal and striatal neurons
  18. A. Redish, Representations of non-local information in rats making decisions - Are they considering and evaluating possibilities?
  19. J. Lauwereyns, Exploration, signification, and the emergence of bias in context
  20. B. Richmond, Frontal lobe contributions to rapid discovery of abstract rules in monkeys
  21. Y. Yamaguchi, Space computation in the cortico- hippocampal system through neural synchronization
  22. K. Kaneko, Dynamical Systems with Heterogeneous Time Scales: Relevance to Evolution, Adaptation, and Coginition?
  23. T. Hashimoto, Crearivity through language evolution
  24. J. Wagemans, Perceptual organization in a hierarchical and dynamical visual brain: From fragmented picture identification to visual art
  25. C. van Leeuwen, Coherence intervals and the brain
  26. E. Rodriguez, Emergence and Submergence: on Mind/Brain mutual determination
  27. T. Inui, Lateralization of ego- and allo-centric frames of reference for image generation and transformation
  28. K. Doya, Model-Free and Model-Based Strategies in Motor Sequence Learning and Control
  29. J. Tanji, Interval-time coding by cells in the presupplementary and supplementary motor areas
  30. J. Wright, Implications of neural shape and metabolic supply for information processing and selforganization in the brain
  31. H. Fujii, Transient Synchrony - Questions on the Role for Two Concurrent Projections: Corticopetal Acetylcholine and Top Down Projections onto Layer 1
  32. A. Villa, Emergence of preferred firing sequences in cerebral neural networks: from experimental evidence to a dynamical systems perspective
  33. Y. Sugita, Neuronal correlates of the adaptation to left-right reversed vision
  34. Y. Sakai, Multiplex topological representation self-organized by the spike-timing-dependent learning rule
  35. S. Nara, An Idea of Pseudo-Neuron Model Showing Pulsed-Oscillation in A Device made by Opt-Electronic Technology and Functional Experiments Using Chaotic Dynamics Occurring in Diffusively Coupled Network of Them.
  36. G. Li, Applications of Neurodynamics on Engineering
  37. T. Omori, Computational Modeling of Action Decision Process based on Mutual Intention Estimation
  38. H. Mizuhara, Dynamic human cortical networks by neuronal phase synchronization
  39. N. Kasabov, Integrative Probabilistic Spiking Neural Networks Utilising Quantum Computation

Poster Presentation

P1 H. Wagatsuma, How do brain oscillations mediate in parallel information processes in the brain? - A study of brain-based robotics by using theta phase coding -
P2 Y. Yamaguchi, Cantor coding in a model of hippocampus
P3 K. kitajo, Manipulation of synchronous neural oscillations and cognitive processes by transcranial magnetic stimulation
P4 S. Kuroda, Emergence of contractive affine transformations in the Hippocampal CA1
P5 S. Tadokoro, Transitory behaviors in diffusively coupled neural oscillators
P6 Y. Li, A Hardware Implementation of Sensory-motor System Using Chaotic Dynamics in Recurrent Neural Network Model
P7 M. Takahashi, Does Hippocampus Code Spatial Sequences During Alert Immobility?
P8 A. Yokoyama, Model based analysis of human interaction behabior in cooperative game
P9 Y. Ide, Optical Imaging of Plastic Changes Induced by Fear Conditioning in The Auditory Cortex of Guinea Pig
P10 T. Konno, Computational study on infants visual communication for constructing intentional agency
P11 Y. Manaka, Sound-induced direction selectivity in macaque MT
P12 T. Kurikawa, Phase space dynamics through the learning process with multiple timescales
P13 N. Watanabe, Modeling of Human Walking Direction Shift by Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation
P14 H. Takahashi, Decision-Making Studies in Autism Spectrum Disorder
P15 Y. Fukushima, Spatial clustering property of CA1 neurons in relation to input frequency
P16 M. Yoneyama, Local EPSP in relation to heterosynaptic associative LTP in CA1pyramidal Neurons