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Unformatted text preview: rence, Control and Driving Code Look over the code and explore it. How long should burn-in be? Investigate the effects of increasing the trustworthiness of one of the eyes. Currently the two images are composed of random bits. Experiment with different types of images. Write down the Hamiltonian that is implemented in the code. Advanced: in the original W is a continuous variable drawn from a Gaussian - in the implementation it is binary - re-code this. Advanced: study the original paper - they were able to generate traveling waves in the perceptual field. Can this be reproduced? Advanced: The authors consider the dynamics of π to depend on W consider this coupled model. Nick Jones Sampling and the Brain: Inference, Control and Driving Concluding What have we covered. What can we say about modern implementations of inference using neural...
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