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Alireza Alemi, PhD
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The brain as an efficient and robust adaptive learner
S Denève, A Alemi, R Bourdoukan
Neuron 94 (5), 969-977, 2017
1192017
Shape similarity, better than semantic membership, accounts for the structure of visual object representations in a population of monkey inferotemporal neurons
C Baldassi, A Alemi-Neissi, M Pagan, JJ DiCarlo, R Zecchina, D Zoccolan
PLoS computational biology 9 (8), e1003167, 2013
1112013
Multifeatural shape processing in rats engaged in invariant visual object recognition
A Alemi-Neissi, FB Rosselli, D Zoccolan
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (14), 5939-5956, 2013
762013
Learning Nonlinear Dynamics in Efficient, Balanced Spiking Networks Using Local Plasticity Rules.
A Alemi, CK Machens, S Denève, JJE Slotine
AAAI, 2018
53*2018
Object similarity affects the perceptual strategy underlying invariant visual object recognition in rats
FB Rosselli, A Alemi, A Ansuini, D Zoccolan
Frontiers in Neural circuits 9 (10), 2015
332015
A three-threshold learning rule approaches the maximal capacity of recurrent neural networks
A Alemi, C Baldassi, N Brunel, R Zecchina
PLoS computational biology 11 (8), e1004439, 2015
212015
Micromechanical analysis of brain’s diffuse axonal injury
A Mohammadipour, A Alemi
Journal of biomechanics 65, 61-74, 2017
122017
Exponential Capacity in an Autoencoder Neural Network with a Hidden Layer
A Alemi, A Abbara
arXiv preprint arXiv:1705.07441, 2017
52017
Input-driven unsupervised learning in recurrent neural networks
A Alemi-Neissi, C Baldassi, N Brunel, R Zecchina
12018
An attractor neural network architecture with an ultra high information capacity: numerical results
A Alemi
ArXiv:q-bio.NC/1512.01213, 2015
2015
Shape Processing Strategies Underlying Visual Object Recognition
A Alemi-Neissi
SISSA, 2013
2013
Information theoretic and machine learning approaches to quantify non-linear visual feature interaction underlying visual object recognition
A Alemi-Neissi, C Baldassi, A Braunstein, A Pagnani, R Zecchina, ...
BMC neuroscience 13 (1), P2, 2012
2012
From luminance to semantics: how natural objects are represented in monkey inferotemporal cortex.
P Marino, AN Alireza, B Carlo, Z Riccardo, D James, Z Davide
Cosyne2011, 2011
2011
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