neocortex


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neocortex

[¦nē·ō′kȯr‚teks]
(anatomy)
Phylogenetically the most recent part of the cerebral cortex; includes all but the olfactory, hippocampal, and piriform regions of the cortex.
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The migration of neurons into the developing neocortex results in the formation of an orderly 6-layered structure like that was reported by Cooper (2008).
"We have known for some time that the dendrites of the output neurons of the neocortex only become active when animals are actively performing a behaviour and that this activity is correlated with perception and task performance," says Williams.
The neocortex is very homogenous, and at a fundamental level, each part of it is carrying out the same type of operation even though different parts of the neocortex are processing different types of information (vision, language, etc.).
Five ROIs were placed in the ipsilateral neocortex adjacent to cerebral infarct as described above.
In 2016, Yaskawa Motoman collaborated with Universal Logic to design and introduce the Neocortex Goods to Robot (G2R) Cell-a pre-engineered adaptive picking solution that uses intelligent 3D vision and interactive motion control to identify and handle unsorted items "with a level of speed and accuracy that exceeds human ability," Mellish said.
There it was accessible as a short-term memory until it was processed and sent on to long-term storage in the neocortex, where it remained per-manently available for retrieval.
Nuestra propuesta del algoritmo de reconocimiento de patrones recursivo adopta teorias sobre el funcionamiento del neocortex del cerebro humano (la region del cerebro responsable de las funciones cognitivas de alto nivel) [10], [11].
This postnatal period matches the peak of spine density in the human neocortex, suggesting that postnatal neural circuit development is linked to functional changes in the brain of children with ASD.
For example, Bacci and Huguenard (2006) showed that the autaptic connections have a vital role on determining the precise spike timing of inhibitory interneurons in neocortex [14].
The region of neocortex and hippocampus manually was selected for quantification of total A[beta] plaques and microgliosis.