Binary Cell Assemblies
- I don't think that the academic community has a good idea of
how to get Cell Assemblies (CAs) working in simulated neurons.
- In particular, it's relatively easy to get a group of neurons
to ignite (get a lot of them firing regularly), and
- to get them to continue to fire forever.
- This is what I call a binary cell assembly.
- It's either on or off.
- There's not much in the way of intermediate firing.
- It never stops unless some other system shuts it off.