Nicolai Waniek
Nicolai Waniek
Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence
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TitleCited byYear
Hebbian plasticity realigns grid cell activity with external sensory cues in continuous attractor models
M Mulas, N Waniek, J Conradt
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 10, 13, 2016
162016
Gumpy: a python toolbox suitable for hybrid brain-computer interfaces
Z Tayeb, N Waniek, J Fedjaev, N Ghaboosi, L Rychly, C Widderich, ...
Journal of neural engineering, 2018
112018
Cooperative SLAM on small mobile robots
N Waniek, J Biedermann, J Conradt
2015 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO), 1810 …, 2015
102015
Development of a Dynamically Extendable SpiNNaker Chip Computing Module
R Araújo, N Waniek, J Conradt
International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 821-828, 2014
32014
Hexagonal Grid Fields Optimally Encode Transitions in Spatiotemporal Sequences
N Waniek
Neural Computation, 1-35, 2018
22018
Real-time anomaly detection with a growing neural gas
N Waniek, S Bremer, J Conradt
International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 97-104, 2014
22014
GRIDMAP–From brains to technical implementations
N Waniek, J Conradt
12013
Fast Learning and Sequencing of Object-centric Manipulation Skills
L Rozo, A Kupcsik, M Guo, M Todescato, P Schillinger, N Waniek, ...
2019
Bounded Suboptimal Search with Learned Heuristics for Multi-Agent Systems
M Spies, M Todescato, H Becker, P Kesper, N Waniek, M Guo
2019
Transition scale-spaces: A computational theory for the discretized entorhinal cortex
N Waniek
bioRxiv, 543801, 2019
2019
Locally distributed spatial navigation in a scale-space model for grid cells
NS Waniek
Technische Universität München, 2018
2018
Grid Cells as Transition Encoders
N Waniek, J Conradt
2017
Multi-Transition Systems: A theory for neural spatial navigation
N Waniek
bioRxiv, 174946, 2017
2017
Biologically Inspired Model for Visually Driven Navigation
NS Waniek
2012
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