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*i. P.R. Zulkowski and M.R. DeWeese. Optimal entropy production. (in preparation)
 
*i. P.R. Zulkowski and M.R. DeWeese. Optimal entropy production. (in preparation)
  
*h. J. Sohl-Dickstein, M. Mudigonda, M.R. DeWeese.  [https://redwood.berkeley.edu/w/images/2/2b/SohlDickstein_Mudigonda_DeWeese_Sampling_Without_Detailed_Ballance_preprint.pdf Hamiltonian Monte Carlo Without Detailed Balance.] (in preparation; this is an elaboration of [32])
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*h. N. Carlson, J. Livezey, V.L. Ming, and M.R. DeWeese.  Probe stimuli affect receptive field estimation of model auditory neurons optimized to represent speech efficiently. (in preparation)
  
*g. M. Leonard and M.R. DeWeese. Past, present, and future: memory and choice encoding in prefrontal cortex of rats performing a double alternation task. (in preparation)  
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*g. S. Marzen, J. Zylberberg, and M.R. DeWeese. [https://redwood.berkeley.edu/w/images/c/ca/Marzen_Zylberberg_DeWeese_BinocularDisparity_R7a_1-28-2013-2_preprint.pdf The effect of natural scene statistics and oculomotor strategy on binocular disparity and ocular dominance maps.] (in preparation)
  
*f. N. Carlson, J. Livezey, V.L. Ming, and M.R. DeWeese.  Probe stimuli affect receptive field estimation of model auditory neurons optimized to represent speech efficiently. (in preparation)
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*f. S. Corinaldi and M.R. DeWeese.  A network model of task switching optimized to minimize errors predicts several counterintuitive features of human behavioral data. (in preparation)
  
*e. S. Marzen, J. Zylberberg, and M.R. DeWeese.  [https://redwood.berkeley.edu/w/images/c/ca/Marzen_Zylberberg_DeWeese_BinocularDisparity_R7a_1-28-2013-2_preprint.pdf The effect of natural scene statistics and oculomotor strategy on binocular disparity and ocular dominance maps.] (in preparation)
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*e. J. Sohl-Dickstein, M. Mudigonda, M.R. DeWeese.  [https://redwood.berkeley.edu/w/images/2/2b/SohlDickstein_Mudigonda_DeWeese_Sampling_Without_Detailed_Ballance_preprint.pdf Hamiltonian Monte Carlo Without Detailed Balance.] (in preparation; this is an elaboration of [32])
  
*d. S. Corinaldi and M.R. DeWeese. A network model of task switching optimized to minimize errors predicts several counterintuitive features of human behavioral data. (in preparation)
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*d. M. Leonard and M.R. DeWeese. Past, present, and future: memory and choice encoding in prefrontal cortex of rats performing a double alternation task. (in preparation)  
  
 
'''Submitted manuscripts:'''  
 
'''Submitted manuscripts:'''  

Revision as of 06:31, 14 May 2014

Here is my short CV and below is my publication list including some preprints. Most papers are available here as PDFs.

Selected manuscripts in preparation:

  • j. V. Carels and M.R. DeWeese. A comparison of multi- and single-unit spectrotemporal receptive fields in the primary auditory cortex. (in preparation)
  • i. P.R. Zulkowski and M.R. DeWeese. Optimal entropy production. (in preparation)
  • h. N. Carlson, J. Livezey, V.L. Ming, and M.R. DeWeese. Probe stimuli affect receptive field estimation of model auditory neurons optimized to represent speech efficiently. (in preparation)
  • f. S. Corinaldi and M.R. DeWeese. A network model of task switching optimized to minimize errors predicts several counterintuitive features of human behavioral data. (in preparation)
  • d. M. Leonard and M.R. DeWeese. Past, present, and future: memory and choice encoding in prefrontal cortex of rats performing a double alternation task. (in preparation)

Submitted manuscripts:

All publications:

  • 23. J. Sohl-Dickstein, P. Battaglino, and M.R. DeWeese. Minimum Probability Flow Learning. Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Machine Learning (Bellevue, WA) (2011).
  • 11. M.R. DeWeese and A.M. Zador. Binary coding in auditory cortex. In Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, Vol. 15, 101 (2003).
  • 5. M.R. DeWeese. Optimization principles for the neural code. Network 7, 325-331 (1996).