CNEL Alumnus: Dilip Goswami


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About Me

Master’s Student at University of Florida
 
My Research Interests

Neural and adaptive systems.

Currently working on using networks of spiking neurons as liquid state machines for various computational tasks. Furthermore, to attempt to use biological neurons in place of artificial neurons in the LSM implementation.
 
Research Goals

Currently working on using networks of spiking neurons as liquid state machines for various computational tasks. Furthermore, to attempt to use biological neurons in place of artificial neurons in the LSM implementation.
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CNEL Papers
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1D. Goswami, Y. Zheng, T. DeMarse, J. Principe, "Towards the Modeling of Dissociated Cortical Tissue in the Liquid State Machine Framework", Intl. Joint Conf. on Neural Networks, pp. 2179-2183, July 2006 (author PDF)
 

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