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Goal conditioning throw mutimodal categorisation in a simulation of rat navigation
© Hanoune et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2013
- Published: 8 July 2013
- Animal Model
- Prefrontal Cortex
- Food Reward
- Correct Prediction
- Navigation Task
Navigation tasks are based on two approaches: place-action directed or goal directed. In the goal directed ones, a reward is generally given to the system when the goal is reached. Many models are able to predict the reward in a simple cases. In this paper, we present an architecture for complex conditioning.
The purpose is to present a case where an association is used to predict the reward in the task. In this task, the goal is multimodal, i.e. the presence of one of the components is no longer sufficient. To correctly predict the reward, the correlation between two informations has to be saved. The experiment presents how the system can resolve ambiguities.
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