Modelling latent structures in neural activity to better predict behaviour

Nonlinear latent factors and latent structures in the activity of neural populations can be computationally modelled to enable flexible inference and to better predict neural activity and behaviour.
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The cover illustrates that latent factors and latent structures in the activity of neural populations can be computationally modelled to better predict neural activity and behaviour.

See Abbaspourazad et al.

Image: Ella Marushchenko and Ekaterina Zvorykina (Ella Maru Studio, Inc.). Cover design: Alex Wing.

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