Tag: Contextdependent

Biology

Comparing context-dependent call sequences employing machine learning methods: an indication of syntactic structure of greater horseshoe bats [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

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Kangkang Zhang, Tong Liu, Muxun Liu, Aoqiang Li, Yanhong Xiao, Walter Metzner, and Ying Liu For analysis of vocal syntax, accurate classification of call sequence...
Biology

Comparing context-dependent call sequences employing machine learning methods: an indication of syntactic structure of greater horseshoe bats [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Newsemia
Kangkang Zhang, Tong Liu, Muxun Liu, Aoqiang Li, Yanhong Xiao, Walter Metzner, and Ying Liu For analysis of vocal syntax, accurate classification of call sequence...
Biology

Context-dependent biosonar adjustments during active target approaches in echolocating harbour porpoises [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

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Michael Ladegaard and Peter Teglberg Madsen Echolocating mammals generally target individual prey items by transitioning through the biosonar phases of search (slow-rate, high-amplitude outputs), approach...
AI/ML

Neurostimulation Reveals Context-Dependent Arbitration Between Model-Based and Model-Free Reinforcement Learning.

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Related Articles Neurostimulation Reveals Context-Dependent Arbitration Between Model-Based and Model-Free Reinforcement Learning. Cereb Cortex. 2019 Mar 19;: Authors: Weissengruber S, Lee SW, O’Doherty JP, Ruff...
Biology

Context-dependent behavioural lateralization in the European pond turtle, Emys orbicularis (Testudines, Emydidae) [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

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Daniele Pellitteri-Rosa and Andrea Gazzola Lateralization presents clear advantages in ecological contexts as the dominance of one brain side prevents the simultaneous activation of contrasting...
Biology

Context-dependent behavioural lateralization in the European pond turtle Emys orbicularis (Testudines, Emydidae) [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

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Daniele Pellitteri-Rosa and Andrea Gazzola Lateralization presents clear advantages in ecological contexts since dominance of one brain side prevents the simultaneous activation of contrasting responses...

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