Robert A. Legenstein

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17EEBenjamin Schrauwen, Lars Buesing, Robert A. Legenstein: On Computational Power and the Order-Chaos Phase Transition in Reservoir Computing. NIPS 2008: 1425-1432
16EERobert A. Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass: On the Classification Capability of Sign-Constrained Perceptrons. Neural Computation 20(1): 288-309 (2008)
15EERobert A. Legenstein, Dejan Pecevski, Wolfgang Maass: Theoretical Analysis of Learning with Reward-Modulated Spike-Timing-Dependent Plasticity. NIPS 2007
14EERobert A. Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass: Edge of chaos and prediction of computational performance for neural circuit models. Neural Networks 20(3): 323-334 (2007)
13EEStefan Klampfl, Robert A. Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass: Information Bottleneck Optimization and Independent Component Extraction with Spiking Neurons. NIPS 2006: 713-720
12EERobert A. Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass: A Criterion for the Convergence of Learning with Spike Timing Dependent Plasticity. NIPS 2005
11EERobert A. Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass: Wire length as a circuit complexity measure. J. Comput. Syst. Sci. 70(1): 53-72 (2005)
10EERobert A. Legenstein, Christian Naeger, Wolfgang Maass: What Can a Neuron Learn with Spike-Timing-Dependent Plasticity? Neural Computation 17(11): 2337-2382 (2005)
9EENils Bertschinger, Thomas Natschläger, Robert A. Legenstein: At the Edge of Chaos: Real-time Computations and Self-Organized Criticality in Recurrent Neural Networks. NIPS 2004
8EEWolfgang Maass, Robert A. Legenstein, Nils Bertschinger: Methods for Estimating the Computational Power and Generalization Capability of Neural Microcircuits. NIPS 2004
7EEWolfgang Maass, Robert A. Legenstein, Henry Markram: A New Approach towards Vision Suggested by Biologically Realistic Neural Microcircuit Models. Biologically Motivated Computer Vision 2002: 282-293
6 Robert A. Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass: Neural circuits for pattern recognition with small total wire length. Theor. Comput. Sci. 287(1): 239-249 (2002)
5EERobert A. Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass: Optimizing the Layout of a Balanced Tree Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity (ECCC) 8(069): (2001)
4EERobert A. Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass: Total Wire Length as a Salient Circuit Complexity Measure for Sensory Processing Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity (ECCC) 8(070): (2001)
3EERobert A. Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass: Neural Circuits for Pattern Recognition with Small Total Wire Length Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity (ECCC) 8(071): (2001)
2EERobert A. Legenstein: On the Complexity of Knock-knee Channel-Routing with 3-Terminal Nets Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity (ECCC)(076): (2001)
1 Robert A. Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass: Foundations for a Circuit Complexity Theory of Sensory Processing. NIPS 2000: 259-265

Coauthor Index

1Nils Bertschinger [8] [9]
2Lars Buesing [17]
3Stefan Klampfl [13]
4Wolfgang Maass [1] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]
5Henry Markram [7]
6Christian Naeger [10]
7Thomas Natschläger [9]
8Dejan Pecevski [15]
9Benjamin Schrauwen [17]

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