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Non-Euclidean geometries for grid cells
Grid cells, space-mapping neurons of the entorhinal cortex of rodents, could also work for hyperbolic surfaces. A new study tests a model (a computer simulation) based on mathematical principles, that explains how maps emerge in the brain and shows how these maps adapt to the environment in which the individual develops. Ads from Inoreader:Remove ads • Advertise with Inoreader