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Publications

2018
Robert Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass, Christos H. Papapdimitriou and Santosh S. Vempala Long Term Memory and the Densest K-Subgraph Problem9th Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science Conference (ITCS 2018)57:1–57:15
Moritz Daniel Kampelmühler, Michael Günther Müller and Christoph Feichtenhofer Camera-based vehicle velocity estimation from monocular videoComputer Vision Winter Workshop (CVWW), 2018
2017
Zeno Jonke, Robert Legenstein, Stefan Habenschuss and Wolfgang Maass Feedback Inhibition Shapes Emergent Computational Properties of Cortical Microcircuit Motifs The journal of neuroscience 37, 8511– 8523, 2017 , DOI , Link
Michael Günther Müller Variable Binding Through Assemblies in Spiking Neural Networks
Christoph Pokorny, Matias Ison, Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass A model for the formation of associations between memory items in the brain
Jacques Kaiser, Rainer Stal, Anand Subramoney, Arne Roennau and Rüdiger Dillmann Scaling up liquid state machines to predict over address events from dynamic vision sensors Bioinspiration & Biomimetics 12, 2017 , DOI
Guillaume Bellec, David Kappel, Wolfgang Maass and Robert Legenstein Deep Rewiring arXiv.org e-Print archive , 2017 , Link
Christoph Pokorny, Matias Ison, Arjun Rao, Robert Legenstein, Christos H. Papadimitriou and Wolfgang Maass Associations between memory traces emerge in a generic neural circuit model through STDP bioRxiv - the Preprint Server for Biology , 1-36, 2017 , DOI , Link
David Kappel, Robert Legenstein, Stefan Habenschuss, Michael Hsieh and Wolfgang Maass Reward-based stochastic self-configuration of neural circuits arXiv.org e-Print archive arXiv preprint arXiv:1704.04238, 2017 , Link
Mihai A. Petrovici, Sebastian Schmitt, Johann Klähn, David Stöckel, Anna Schroeder, Guillaume Bellec, Johannes Bill, Oliver Breitwieser, Ilja Bytschok, Andreas Grübl, Maurice Güttler, Andreas Hartel, Stephan Hartmann, Dan Husmann, Kai Husmann, Sebastian Jeltsch, Vitali Karasenko, Mitja Kleider, Christoph Koke, Alexander Kononov, Christian Mauch, Paul Müller, Johannes Partzsch, Thomas Pfeil, Stefan Schiefer, Stefan Scholze, Anand Subramoney, Vasilis Thanasoulis, Bernhard Vogginger, Robert Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass, René Schüffny, Christian Mayr, Johannes Schemmel and Karlheinz Meier Pattern representation and recognition with accelerated analog neuromorphic systems arXiv.org e-Print archive preprint arXiv:1703.06043, 2017 , DOI
Sebastian Schmitt, Johann Klähn, Guillaume Emmanuel Fernand Bellec, Andreas Grübl, Güttler Maurice, Andreas Hartl, Stephan Hartmann, Dan Husmann, Kai Husmann, Sebastian Jeltsch, Vitali Karasenko, Mitja Kleider, Christoph Koke, Alexander Kononov, Christian Mauch, Eric Müller, Paul Müller, Johannes Partzsch, Mihai Petrovici, Stefan Schiefer, Stefan Scholze, Vasilis Thanasoulis, Bernhard Vogginger, Robert Legenstein, Wolfgang Maass, Christian Mayr, Rene Schüffny, Johannes Schemmel and Karlheinz Meier Neuromorphic Hardware In The Loop: Training a Deep Spiking Network on the BrainScaleS Wafer-Scale System arXiv.org e-Print archive arXiv:1703.01909, 2017
Vida Škreb and Christoph Pokorny Long-term evolution of neural responses in the barrel cortex during learning of a bilateral vibrotactile two-alternative forced choice taskThe Impact of Sensory-guided Behavior of Neuronal Processing in the Mouse Barrel Cortex and a Novel Two-alternative Forced Choice Paradigm in Head-fixed Mice and Rats54-87
Robert Legenstein, Zeno Jonke, Stefan Habenschuss and Wolfgang Maass A probabilistic model for learning in cortical microcircuit motifs with data-based divisive inhibition arXiv.org e-Print archive , 1-27, 2017 , DOI
Thomas Limbacher Supervised Learning Algorithms for Spiking Neuromorphic Hardware
2016
Alexander Serb, Johannes Bill, Ali Khiat, Radu Berdan, Robert Legenstein and Themis Prodromakis Unsupervised learning in probabilistic neural networks with multi-state metal-oxide memristive synapses Nature Communications , Nature Communications, Nature Communications, Nature Communications, Nature Communications, Nature Communications, Nature Communications, Nature Communications, Nature Communications 7, 2016 , DOI
Dejan Pecevski and Wolfgang Maass Learning Probabilistic Inference through Spike-Timing-Dependent Plasticity eNeuro 3, 2016 , DOI
Robert Legenstein, Christos H. Papadimitriou, Santosh Vempala and Wolfgang Maass Assembly pointers for variable binding in networks of spiking neurons arXiv.org e-Print archive preprint arXiv:1611.03698, 2016 , Link
Wolfgang Maass Energy-efficient neural network chips approach human recognition capabilities Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113, doi/10.1073/pnas.1614109113, 2016
Zhaofei Yu, David Kappel, Robert Legenstein, Sen Song, Feng Chen and Wolfgang Maass CaMKII activation supports reward-based neural network optimization through Hamiltonian sampling arXiv.org e-Print archive , 2016 , Link
Zeno Jonke, Stefan Habenschuss and Wolfgang Maass Solving constraint satisfaction problems with networks of spiking neurons Frontiers in neuroscience , 2016 , DOI , Link
Wolfgang Maass Searching for principles of brain computation Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 11, 81-92, 2016 , Link
Behnam Taraghi, Anna Saranti, Robert Legenstein and Martin Ebner Bayesian modelling of student misconceptions in the one-digit multiplication with probabilistic programming
Franz Aurenhammer, Günter Paulini and Bert Jüttler Voronoi diagrams for parallel halflines in 3DProceedings of the 32nd European Workshop on Computational Geometry EuroCG'2016 , Link
Franz Aurenhammer and Gernot Christian Walzl Straight skeletons and mitered offsets of nonconvex polytopes Discrete & computational geometry, Discrete and Computational Geometry 56, 743-801, 2016
2015
David Kappel, Stefan Habenschuss, Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Synaptic sampling: A Bayesian approach to neural network plasticity and rewiringProceedings of NIPS
David Kappel, Stefan Habenschuss, Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Synaptic Plasticity as Bayesian Inference
Wolfgang Aigner, Franz Aurenhammer and Bert Jüttler On Triangulation Axes of Polygons Information processing letters, Information Processing Letters 115, 45-51, 2015 , DOI
Wolfgang Maass, David Kappel, Stefan Habenschuss and Robert Legenstein Reward-based network plasticity as Bayesian inference
Wolfgang Maass To spike or not to spike: That is the question. Proceedings of the IEEE 103, 2219-2224, 2015 , DOI
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Wolfgang Aigner, Bert Jüttler, Katerina Dobiásová and G. Rote Triangulations with circular arcs Journal of Graph Algorithms and Applications , 43-65, 2015
Johannes Bill, Lars Holger Büsing, Stefan Habenschuss, Bernhard Nessler, Wolfgang Maass and Robert Legenstein Distributed Bayesian computation and self-organized learning in sheets of spiking neurons with local lateral inhibition PLoS ONE, PLoS ONE, PLoS ONE 10, e0134356-e0134356, 2015 , DOI
David Kappel, Stefan Habenschuss, Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Network plasticity as Bayesian inference PLoS computational biology 11, e1004485-e1004485, 2015 , DOI
Robert Legenstein Nanoscale connections for brain-like circuits Nature (London) 521, 37-38, 2015
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, Alexander Pilz, Birgit Vogtenhuber and Clemens Huemer 3-Colorability of Pseudo-Triangulations International journal of computational geometry and applications, International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications , 283-298, 2015
Christoph Pokorny, Gernot Griesbacher, Zeno Jonke and Robert Legenstein Neural Computation with Assemblies and Assembly Sequences
Robert Legenstein, David Kappel, Stefan Habenschuss and Wolfgang Maass Stochastic network plasticity as Bayesian inference
2014
David Kappel STDP installs in winner-take-all circuits an online approximation to hidden Markov model learning
Zeno Jonke, Stefan Habenschuss and Wolfgang Maass A theoretical basis for efficient computations with noisy spiking neurons arXiv.org e-Print archive , 2014
Gernot Griesbacher Cell assembly self-organization in ensembles of pyramidal cells with relaxed lateral inhibition
Franz Aurenhammer and Gernot Christian Walzl Three-dimensional straight skeletons from bisector graphsProc. 5th International Conference on Analytic Number Theory and Spatial Tessellations1-13
Gernot Christian Walzl and Franz Aurenhammer Polytope Offsets and Straight Skeletons in 3DProceedings of the 30th Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry (SoCG '14)98-99
David Kappel, Bernhard Nessler and Wolfgang Maass STDP Installs in Winner-Take-All Circuits an Online Approximation to Hidden Markov Model Learning PLoS computational biology 10, 1-22, 2014 , DOI
Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Ensembles of spiking neurons with noise support optimal probabilistic inference in a dynamically changing environment PLoS computational biology 10, 1-27, 2014 , DOI
Wolfgang Maass Noise as a resource for computation and learning in networks of spiking neurons Proceedings of the IEEE 102, 860-880, 2014 , DOI
Dejan Pecevski, David Kappel and Zeno Jonke NEVESIM: event-driven neural simulation framework with a Python interface Frontiers in neuroinformatics 8, 1-20, 2014 , DOI
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, Ferran Hurtado, Alexander Pilz, Pedro Ramos, Jorge Urrutia, Pavel Valtr and Birgit Vogtenhuber On k-Convex Point Sets Computational geometry, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications 47, 809-832, 2014 , DOI
Johannes Bill and Robert Legenstein A compound memristive synapse model for statistical learning through STDP in spiking neural networks Frontiers in neuroscience 8, 1-18, 2014 , DOI
Robert Legenstein A comparison of manual neuronal reconstruction from biocytin histology or 2-photon imaging: morphometry and computer modeling Frontiers in Neuroanatomy 8, 65-65, 2014 , DOI
Franz Aurenhammer and Günter Paulini On shape Delaunay tessellations Information processing letters, Information Processing Letters 114, 535-541, 2014 , DOI
Franz Aurenhammer, Bing Su, Yinfeng Xu and Binhai Zhu A note on visibility-constrained Voronoi diagrams Discrete applied mathematics 174, 52-56, 2014 , DOI
Robert Legenstein Recurrent network models, reservoir computingEncyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience1-5
Gernot Griesbacher Self-organization in spiking neural networks
Gregor Michael Hörzer, Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Emergence of complex computational structures from chaotic neural networks through reward-modulated Hebbian learning Cerebral cortex 24, 677-690, 2014 , DOI
2013
Stefan Habenschuss, Zeno Jonke and Wolfgang Maass Networks of spiking neurons with noise have an inherent capability to generate heuristic solutions to complex constraint satisfaction problems
Stefan Klampfl and Wolfgang Maass Emergence of dynamic memory traces in cortical microcircuit models through STDP The journal of neuroscience 33, 11515-11529, 2013
Johannes Bill, Lars Buesing, Stefan Habenschuss, Bernhard Nessler, Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Local inhibition facilitates synaptic learning in spatially extended Bayesian spiking networks
Elmar Rückert Learned parametrized dynamic movement primitives with shared synergies for controlling robotic and musculoskeletal systems. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 7, 1-18, 2013 , DOI
Bernhard Nessler, Michael Pfeiffer, Lars Buesing and Wolfgang Maass Bayesian computation emerges in generic cortical microcircuits through spike-timing-dependent plasticity PLoS computational biology 9, e1003037-e1003037, 2013
Stefan Habenschuss, Johannes Bill and Bernhard Nessler Homeostatic plasticity in Bayesian spiking networks as Expectation Maximization with posterior constraintsAnnual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems782-790
Elmar Rückert and Andrea d'Avella Learned Muscle Synergies as Prior in Dynamical Systems for Controlling Bio-mechanical and Robotic SystemsAbstracts of Neural Control of Movement Conference (NCM 2013)
Gernot Christian Walzl and Franz Aurenhammer Structure and Computation of Straight Skeletons in 3-SpaceProc. 24th International Symposium on Algorithms and Computation ISAAC'1344-54
Gernot Griesbacher Structure and Self Organization in Spiking Neural Networks
Franz Aurenhammer, Mario Kapl and Bert Jüttler Voronoi Diagrams from Distance GraphsEUROCG
Elmar Rückert, David Kappel, Gerhard Neumann, Marc Toussaint and Wolfgang Maass Principles for an Alternative Design of Movement Primitives that Uses Probabilistic Inference in Learned Graphical Models
Elmar Rückert, Gerhard Neumann, Marc Toussaint and Wolfgang Maass Learned graphical models for probabilistic planning provide a new class of movement primitives Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 6, 1-20, 2013 , DOI
Stefan Habenschuss, Zeno Jonke and Wolfgang Maass Stochastic Computations in Cortical Microcircuit Models PLoS computational biology 9, e1003311-e1003311, 2013
Giacomo Indiveri, Bernabé Linares-Barranco, Robert Legenstein, George Deligeorgis and Themistoklis Prodromakis Integration of nanoscale memristor synapses in neuromorphic computing architectures Nanotechnology 24, 384010-384010, 2013 , DOI
Wolfgang Maass, Stefan Habenschuss and Zeno Jonke Neural circuits naturally encode probability distributions over network states, and over trajectories of network states
Stefan Habenschuss, Helmut Puhr and Wolfgang Maass Emergence of Optimal Decoding of Population Codes through STDP Neural computation 25, 1371-1407, 2013 , DOI
2012
Elmar Rückert and Gerhard Neumann Stochastic Optimal Control Methods for Investigating the Power of Morphological Computation Artificial life 19, 115-131, 2012 , DOI
Zeno Jonke, Stefan Habenschuss, Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Improved feature extraction by pyramidal cells through relaxed lateral inhibition
Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Spikes as temporal beliefs and the optimal temporal integration of uncertain information in networks of spiking neurons
Franz Aurenhammer and Bert Jüttler On Computing the Convex Hull of (Piecewise) Curved Objects Mathematics in computer science 6, 261-266, 2012 , DOI
Wolfgang Maass, Dimitri Probst, Henry Markram and Marc Oliver Gewaltig Liquid Computing in a Simplified Model of Cortical Layer IV: Learning to Balance a BallLecture Notes in Computer Science209-216
Thomas Schiffer, Franz Aurenhammer and Markus Demuth Computing Convex Quadrangulations Discrete applied mathematics 160, 648-656, 2012 , DOI
O. Aichholzer, W. Aigner, F. Aurenhammer, B. Jüttler, K. Dobiásová and G. Rote Triangulations with circular arcsGraph Drawing296-307
O. Aichholzer, W. Aigner, F. Aurenhammer and B. Jüttler Exact medial axis computation for triangulated solids with respect to piecewise linear metricsCurves and Surfaces1-27
Franz Aurenhammer On triangulation axes of polygons28th European Workshop on Computational Geometry125-128
Oswin Aichholzer, Wolfgang Aigner, Thomas Hackl and Nicola Wolpert Exact Medial Axis Computation for Circular Arc BoundariesCurves and Surfaces 201028-42
Elmar Rückert and Gerhard Neumann A study of Morphological Computation by using Probabilistic Inference for Motor PlanningInternational Conference on Morphological Computation
David Kappel, Bernhard Nessler and Wolfgang Maass Emergence of Hidden Markov Models through STDP in Networks of Spiking Neurons
Michael Pfeiffer, Manfred Hartbauer, Wolfgang Maass, Alexander B. Lang and Heinrich Römer Probing Real Sensory Worlds of Receivers with Unsupervised Clustering PLoS ONE, PLoS ONE, PLoS ONE 7, 1-22, 2012 , DOI
Stefan Klampfl, V. David Stephen, Pingbo Yin, Shibab Shamma and Wolfgang Maass A quantitative analysis of information about past and present stimuli encoded by spikes of A1 neurons Journal of neurophysiology 108, 1366-1380, 2012 , DOI
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, E. Demaine, F. Hurtado, P.A. Ramos and Jorge Urrutia On k-convex polygons Computational geometry, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications 45, 73-87, 2012
2011
Wolfgang Aigner The medial axis of geometric objects for various convex metrics
Robert Legenstein, Dejan Pecevski, Lars Holger Büsing and Wolfgang Maass Dendritic computation could support probabilistic inference in networks of spiking neurons
Stefanie Liebe, Gregor Michael Hörzer, Nikos Logothetis and Gregor Rainer Long range coupling in theta between V4 and prefrontal cortex predicts visual memory performance
Malte J. Rasch, Klaus Schuch, Nikos K. Logothetis and Wolfgang Maass Statistical Comparison of Spike Responses to Natural Stimuli in Monkey Area V1 With Simulated Responses of a Detailed Laminar Network Model for a Patch of V1 Journal of neurophysiology 105, 757-778, 2011 , DOI
Lars Buesing, Johannes Bill, Bernhard Nessler and Wolfgang Maass Neural Dynamics as Sampling: A Model for Stochastic Computation in Recurrent Networks of Spiking Neurons PLoS computational biology 7, e1002211-e1002211, 2011 , DOI
Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Self-organization of nonlinear neural computation through synaptic plasticity in dendritic branches
Robert Legenstein Dendritic computation could support probabilistic inference in networks of spiking neuronsAbstracts Annual Meeting1-1
Wolfgang Aigner Exact medial axis computation of triangulated solid for piecewise linear metricsSpringer LNCS 69201-27
Gregor Michael Hörzer, Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Eliminating the teacher in reservoir computingProceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Morphological Computation32-32
Helmut Hauser, Auke J. Ijspeert, Rudolf M. Füchslin, Rolf Pfeifer and Wolfgang Maass Towards a theoretical foundation for morphological computation with compliant bodies Biological cybernetics 105, 355-370, 2011
Stefan Klampfl Computation and Learning in Biological Networks of Neurons: Theoretical Analysis, Computer Simulations, and Analysis of Experimental Data
Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Branch-specific plasticity enables self-organization of nonlinear computation in single neurons The journal of neuroscience 31, 10787-10802, 2011
Helmut Hauser, Gerhard Neumann, Auke J. Ijspeert and Wolfgang Maass Biologically Inspired Kinematic Synergies Enable Linear Balance Control of a Humanoid Robot Biological cybernetics 104, 235-249, 2011 , DOI
Wolfgang Maass Motivation, theory, and applications of liquid state machinesComputability in Context: Computation and Logic in the Real World275-296
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, Bert Jüttler, Margot Oberneder and Zbynek Sir Computational and structural advantages of circular boundary representation International journal of computational geometry and applications, International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications 21, 47-69, 2011 , DOI
Stefan Habenschuss, Helmut Puhr and Wolfgang Maass Emergence of Optimal Population Decoding through STDP
Gernot Griesbacher and Helmut Hauser Moving a robot arm by exploiting its complex compliant morphology
Dejan Pecevski, Lars Buesing and Wolfgang Maass Probabilistic inference in general graphical models through sampling in stochastic networks of spiking neurons. PLoS computational biology 7, 1-25, 2011 , DOI
2010
Robert Legenstein, Steven Chase, Andrew B. Schwartz and Wolfgang Maass A reward-modulated Hebbian learning rule can explain experimentally observed network reorganization in a brain control task The journal of neuroscience 30, 8400-8410, 2010
Oswin Aichholzer, Wolfgang Aigner, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, [No Value] Jüttler B., [No Value] Pilgerstorfer E. and [No Value] Rabl M. Divide-and conquer for Voronoi diagrams revisited Computational geometry, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications 43, 688-699, 2010 , DOI
Robert Legenstein Reinforcement learning on slow features of high-dimensional input streams PLoS computational biology 6, e1000894-e1000894, 2010
Lars Büsing, Johannes Bill, Bernhard Nessler, Stefan Habenschuss and Wolfgang Maass Emergence of Bayesian computation in generic motifs of cortical microcircuits
Lars Holger Büsing and Wolfgang Maass A Spiking Neuron as Information Bottleneck Neural computation 22, 1961-1992, 2010 , DOI
Stefanie Liebe, Gregor Michael Hörzer, Nikos Logothetis and Gregor Rainer Oscillatory neuronal synchronization between prefrontal and extrastriate visual cortex during visual memory
Gregor Michael Hörzer Reward-modulated Hebbian learning is able to induce coherent patterns of activity and simple memory functions in initially chaotic recurrent neural networks
Claudia Clopath, Lars Holger Büsing, Eleni Vasilaki and Wulfram Gerstner Connectivity reflects Coding: a model of voltage-based STDP with homeostasis Nature neuroscience 13, 344-352, 2010 , DOI
Gregor Michael Hörzer, Stefanie Liebe, Alois Schlögl, Nikos Logothetis and Gregor Rainer Directed coupling in local field potentials of Macaque V4 during visual short-term memory revealed by multivariate autoregressive models Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience , 1-13, 2010 , DOI
Stefan Klampfl and Wolfgang Maass A theoretical basis for emergent pattern discrimination in neural systems through slow feature extraction Neural computation 22, 2979-3035, 2010 , DOI
Bernhard Nessler, Michael Pfeiffer and Wolfgang Maass STDP enables spiking neurons to detect hidden causes of their inputsProc. of Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS)1357-1365
Robert Legenstein, Steven Chase, Andrew B. Schwartz and Wolfgang Maass Functional network reorganization in motor cortex can be explained by reward-modulated Hebbian learningProc. of NIPS 2009, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems1105-1113
Johannes Bill, Daniel Bruederle, Bernhard Kaplan, Jens Kremkow, Karlheinz Meier, Eric Mueller and Johannes Schemmel Simulator-like exploration of cortical network architectures with a mixed-signal VLSI systemCircuits and Systems (ISCAS), Proceedings of 2010 IEEE International Symposium on2784-2787
Robert Legenstein Combining predictions for accurate recommender systemsProceedings of the 16th ACM SIGKDD international conference on Knowledge discovery and data mining693-702
Markus Demuth, Franz Aurenhammer and Axel Pinz Straight skeletons for binary shapesComputer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshops (CVPRW)9-16
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, Clemens Huemer, Alexander Pilz and Birgit Vogtenhuber 3-Colorability of pseudo-triangulationsCollection of Abstracts of the 26th European Workshop on Computational Geometry 201021-24
Stefan Klampfl and Wolfgang Maass Replacing supervised classification learning with Slow Feature Analysis in spiking neural networksAdvances in Neural Information Processing Systems988-996
Oswin Aichholzer, Wolfgang Aigner, Franz Aurenhammer, Katerina Dobiásová and Bert Jüttler Arc TriangulationsProceedings of the 26th European Workshop on Computational Geometry17-20
Wolfgang Maass and Stefan Häusler Die Nerven und ihre Erinnerung , 2010
Wolfgang Maass and Stefan Häusler Hirnforschung - Prothesen für Gelähmte , 2010
Wolfgang Maass and Stefan Häusler Zeitsprung in der Schüssel , 2010
Wolfgang Maass and Stefan Häusler Das Gehirn als Teich, in den man Steine wirft , 2010
Michael Pfeiffer, Bernhard Nessler, Rodney J. Douglas and Wolfgang Maass Reward-modulated Hebbian Learning of Decision Making Neural computation 22, 1399-1444, 2010 , DOI
Johannes Bill, Klaus Schuch, Wolfgang Maass, Daniel Bruederle, Johannes Schemmel and Karlheinz Meier Compensating inhomogeneities of neuromorphic VLSI devices via short-term synaptic plasticity Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience , 1-12, 2010 , DOI
2009
Gerhard Neumann, Wolfgang Maass and Jan Peters Learning Complex Motions by Sequencing Simpler Motion TemplatesProceedings of the Twenty-Sixth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2009)753-761
Stefan Klampfl, Stephen V David, Pingbo Yin, Shihab A Shamma and Wolfgang Maass Integration of stimulus history in information conveyed by neurons in primary auditory cortex in response to tone sequences
Danko Nikolic, Stefan Häusler, Wolf Singer and Wolfgang Maass Distributed fading memory for stimulus properties in the primary visual cortex PLoS biology 7, 1-19, 2009 , DOI
Gernot Griesbacher Learning to move a robot arm by exploiting it’s morphological structure
Bernhard Nessler, Michael Pfeiffer and Wolfgang Maass STDP enables spiking neurons to detect hidden causes of their inputs
Niko Wilbert, Mathias Franzius, Robert Legenstein and Laurenz Wiskott Reinforcement learning on complex visual stimuli
Stefan Häusler, Klaus Schuch and Wolfgang Maass Motif distribution, dynamical properties, and computational performance of two data-based cortical microcircuit templates Journal of physiology Paris 103, 73-87, 2009 , DOI
D. Buonomano and Wolfgang Maass State-dependent computations: Spatiotemporal processing in cortical networks Nature reviews / Neuroscience 10, 113-125, 2009 , DOI
Oswin Aichholzer, Wolfgang Aigner, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, Bert Jüttler and Margot Rabl Medial axis computation for planar free-form shapes Computer-aided design 41, 339-349, 2009 , DOI
Stefan Klampfl Replacing supervised classification learning with Slow Feature Analysis in spiking neural networks
Robert Legenstein Computation and Learning in Neural Systems
Oswin Aichholzer, Wolfgang Aigner, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, Bert Jüttler, Elisabeth Pilgerstorfer and Margot Rabl Divide-and-conquer for voronoi diagrams revisitedProceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry (SCG '09)189-197
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl and Bettina Speckmann On minimum weight pseudo-triangulations Computational geometry, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications 42, 627-631, 2009
Heinz Koeppl and Stefan Häusler Motifs, algebraic connectivity and computational performance of two data- based cortical circuit templatesInternational Workshop on Computational Systems Biology83-86
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Olivier Devillers, Thomas Hackl, Monique Teillaud and Birgit Vogtenhuber Lower and upper bounds on the number of empty cylinders and ellipsoidsCollection of Abstracts of the 25th European Workshop on Computational Geometry 2009139-142
Dejan Pecevski, Thomas Natschläger and Klaus Schuch PCSIM: A Parallel Simulation Environment for Neural Circuits Fully Integrated with Python Frontiers in neuroinformatics 3, ---, 2009 , DOI
Niko Wilbert, Robert Legenstein and Laurenz Wiskott Slowness in hierarchical networks for visual processing
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, F. Hurtado, P.A. Ramos and Jorge Urrutia Two-convex polygonsProc. 25th European Workshop on Computational Geometry EuroCG '09117-120
Benjamin Schrauwen, Lars Holger Büsing and Robert Legenstein On Computational Power and the Order-Chaos Phase Transition in Reservoir ComputingAnnual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems
Robert Legenstein, Steven M. Chase, Andrew B. Schwartz and Wolfgang Maass Functional network reorganization in motor cortex can be explained by reward-modulated Hebbian learning
Stefanie Liebe, Gregor Michael Hörzer, Nikos Logothetis, Wolfgang Maass and Gregor Rainer Long range coupling between V4 and PF in theta band during visual short-term memory
Bernhard Nessler, Michael Pfeiffer and Wolfgang Maass STDP performs stochastic EM to reveal the hidden causes of spatiotemporal spiking patterns
Wolfgang Maass and Stefan Häusler Blick durch die Brille , 2009
Robert Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass An integrated learning rule for branch strength potentiation and STDP
Wolfgang Maass and Stefan Häusler Durch die Brille der Vergangenheit , 2009
Stefan Klampfl, Robert Albin Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Spiking neurons can learn to solve information bottleneck problems and to extract independent components Neural computation 21, 911-959, 2009
Wolfgang Maass and Stefan Häusler Blick zurück , 2009
Bernhard Nessler, Michael Pfeiffer and Wolfgang Maass Hebbian learning of Bayes optimal decisionsAdvances in neural information processing systems 211169-1176
A. Steimer, Wolfgang Maass and Rodney Douglas Belief-propagation in networks of spiking neurons Neural computation 21, 2502-2523, 2009
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Bernhard Kornberger, Simon Plantinga, Günter Rote, Astrid Sturm and Gert Vegter Recovering structure from r-sampled objectsSymposium on Geometry Processing 20091349-1360
Oswin Aichholzer, Wolfgang Aigner, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, Bert Jüttler, Elisabeth Pilgerstorfer and Margot Rabl Divide-and-conquer for voronoi diagrams revisitedCollection of Abstracts of the 25th European Workshop on Computational Geometry 2009293-296
B. Aranaov , Franz Aurenhammer, F. Hurtado , S. Langerman , D. Rappaport , S. Smorodinsky and C. Seara Small weak epsilon nets Computational geometry, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications 42, 455-462, 2009 , DOI
2008
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] Xu Y.-F. Optimal triangulationsEncyclopedia of Optimization2757-2764
Robert Legenstein, Dejan Pecevski and Wolfgang Maass A learning theory for reward-modulated spike-timing-dependent plasticity with application to biofeedback PLoS computational biology 4, 1-27, 2008
Robert Legenstein On Computational Power and the Order-Chaos Phase Transition in Reservoir Computing
Franz Aurenhammer, Markus Demuth and Thomas Schiffer Computing convex quadrangulationsProceedings of International Symposium on Voronoi Diagrams in Science and Engineering 2008
Bernhard Nessler, Michael Pfeiffer and Wolfgang Maass Hebbian Learning of Bayes Optimal Decisions
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, Bernhard Kornberger, Simon Plantinga, Günter Rote, Astrid Sturm and Gert Vegter Seed Polytopes for Incremental ApproximationCollection of Abstracts of the 24th European Workshop on Computational Geometry 200813-16
Gregor Michael Hörzer Extraction of information about the behavioral state of monkeys from neuronal recordings with methods from machine learning
Robert Albin Legenstein, Dejan Pecevski and Wolfgang Maass Theoretical analysis of learning with reward-modulated spike-timing-dependent plasticityProc. of NIPS 2007, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems
Robert Albin Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass On the classification capability of sign-constrained perceptrons Neural computation 20, 208-309, 2008
Gerhard Neumann Fitted Q-Iteration by Advantage Weighted RegressionAdvances in Neural Information Processing Systems 22 (NIPS 2008)
Michael Pfeiffer, Bernhard Nessler and Wolfgang Maass A Hebbian Learning Rule for Optimal Decision Making
Lars Holger Büsing and Wolfgang Maass Simplified rules and theoretical analysis for information bottleneck optimization and PCA with spiking neuronsProc. of NIPS 2007, Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, P. Gonzalez-Nava, Thomas Hackl, Clemens Huemer, F. Hurtado, Hannes Krasser, S. Ray and Birgit Vogtenhuber Matching edges and faces in polygonal partitions Computational geometry, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications 39, 134-141, 2008 , DOI
Anna Manuela Meier, Saranti Sonic Explorations with Earthquake DataProceedings of the 14th International Conference on Auditory Display, Paris, France, June 24-27, 20080-0
Anna Saranti A., Meier M. "underground sounds": Experimenting with the sounds of earthquakesProceedings of the International Computer Music Conference0-0
Gerhard Neumann Batch-Mode Reinforcement Learning for Continuous State Spaces: A Survey ÖGAI-Journal 27, 1-1, 2008
Marcelo Montemurro, Malte Rasch, Yusuke Murayama, Nikos K. Logothetis and Stefano Panzeri Phase-of-Firing Coding of Natural Visual Stimuli in Primary Visual Cortex Current biology 18, 375-380, 2008 , DOI
Robert Legenstein, Steven M. Chase, Andrew B. Schwartz and Wolfgang Maass A model for learning effects in motor cortex that may facilitate the brain control of neuroprosthetic devices2008 Neuroscience Meeting Planner, Online
Johannes Bill Self-Stabilizing Network Architectures on a Neuromorphic Hardware System
Claudia Clopath, Lars Holger Büsing, Eleni Vasilaki and Wulfram Gerstner A unified voltage-based model for STDP, LTP and LTD
Robert Legenstein Improved neighborhood-based algorithms for large-scale recommender systemsKDD-Cup and Workshop. ACM, 2008
Stefan Häusler, Klaus Schuch and Wolfgang Maass Motif distribution, dynamical properties, and computational performance of two data-based cortical microcircuit templates
Claudia Clopath, Lorric Ziegler, Eleni Vasilaki, Lars Holger Büsing and Wulfram Gerstner Tag-Trigger-Consolidation: A Model of Early and Late Long-Term-Potentiation and Depression PLoS computational biology 4, e1000248-e1000248, 2008 , DOI
Malte Rasch, A. Gretton, Y. Murayama, Wolfgang Maass and N. K. Logothetis Inferring spike trains from local field potentials Journal of neurophysiology 99, 1461-1476, 2008 , DOI
2007
Herbert Jaeger, Wolfgang Maass and J. C. Principe Introduction to the special issue on echo state networks and liquid state machines Neural networks 20, 287-289, 2007 , DOI
Lars Holger Büsing Simplified rules and theoretical analysis for information bottleneck optimization and PCA with spiking neurons
Prashant Joshi From memory based decisions to decision based movements: A model of interval discrimination followed by action selection Neural networks 20, 298-311, 2007 , DOI
[No Value] D. Nikolic, Stefan Häusler, [No Value] W. Singer and Wolfgang Maass Temporal dynamics of information content carried by neurons in the primary visual cortexAdvances in Neural Information Processing Systems1041-1048
Wolfgang Maass Liquid computingProceeding of the Conference CiE'07
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl and Clemens Huemer Connecting colored point sets Discrete applied mathematics 155, 271-278, 2007
Eilif Muller, Lars Holger Büsing, Johannes Schemmel and Karlheinz Meier Spike-Frequency Adapting Neural Ensembles: Beyond Mean Adaptation and Renewal Theories Neural computation 19, 2958-3010, 2007
Robert Albin Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass What makes a dynamical system computationally powerful?New Directions in Statistical Signal Processing: From Systems to Brain127-154
Helmut Hauser, Gerhard Neumann, [No Value] A. J. Ijspeert and Wolfgang Maass Biologically inspired kinematic synergies provide a new paradigm for balance control of humanoid robotsProceedings of the IEEE-RAS 7th International Conference on Humanoid Robots (Humanoids 2007)
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl and B. Speckmann On (pointed) minimum weight pseudo-triangulationsCanadian Conference on Computational Geometry209-212
Franz Aurenhammer, Johannes Wallner, Martin Peternell and Helmut Pottmann Voronoi diagrams for oriented spheresProc. ISVD'07: 4th Int. Conf. Voronoi Diagrams in Science and Engineering33-37
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Clemens Huemer and Birgit Vogtenhuber Gray Code Enumeration of Plane Straight Line Graphs Graphs and combinatorics 23, 467-479, 2007
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, Bert Jüttler, Margot Oberneder and Zbynek Sir Computational and structural advantages of circular boundary representationInternational Workshop on Algorithms and Data Structures374-385
Stefan Häusler and Wolfgang Maass A statistical analysis of information processing properties of lamina-specific cortical microcircuit models. Cerebral cortex 17, 149-162, 2007
Stefan Klampfl, Robert Albin Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Information Bottleneck Optimization and Independent Component Extraction with Spiking NeuronsAdvances in Neural Information Processing Systems713-720
Franz Aurenhammer Weighted skeletons and fixed-share decomposition Computational geometry, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications 40, 93-101, 2007
Robert Albin Legenstein Theoretical analysis of learning with reward-modulated spike-timing-dependent plasticity
Arthur Gretton, Karsten M. Borgwardt, Malte Johannes Rasch, Bernhard Schoelkopf and Alex J. Smola A Kernel Method for the Two-Sample-ProblemAnnual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems
Bernhard Kornberger, Thomas Hackl, Franz Aurenhammer, Oswin Aichholzer, Helmut Pottmann and Martin Peternell Approximating Boundary-Triangulated Objects with BallsCollection of Abstracts of the 23rd European Workshop on Computational Geometry130-133
Franz Aurenhammer, M. Peternell, Helmut Pottmann and J. Wallner Voronoi diagrams for oriented spheres
Franz Aurenhammer, B. Speckmann, Oswin Aichholzer and Thomas Hackl On (pointed) minimum weight pseudo-triangulations
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, B. Juettler, M. Oberneder, Z. Sir and Thomas Hackl Computational and structural advantages of circular boundary representation
Stefan Häusler, Wolfgang Maass, Wolf Singer and Danko Nikolic Superposition of information in large ensembles of neurons in primary visual cortex.
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, B. Kornberger , M. Peternell and Helmut Pottmann Approximating boundary-triangulated objects with balls
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and Thomas Hackl Pre-triangulations and liftable complexes Discrete & computational geometry, Discrete and Computational Geometry 38, 701-725, 2007
Gerhard Neumann, Michael Pfeiffer and Wolfgang Maass Efficient Continuous-Time Reinforcement Learning with Adaptive State GraphsProceedings of the 18th European Conference on Machine Learning (ECML)
David Sussillo, Taro Toyoizumi and Wolfgang Maass Self-tuning of neural circuits through short-term synaptic plasticity Journal of neurophysiology 97, 4079-4095, 2007 , DOI
Wolfgang Maass, Prashant Joshi and Eduardo Sontag Computational aspects of feedback in neural circuits PLoS computational biology 3, 1-20, 2007
David Sussillo, [No Value] Toyoizumi T. and Wolfgang Maass Self-tuning of neural circuits through short-term synaptic plasticity
Robert Albin Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Edge of Chaos and Prediction of Computational Performance for Neural Circuit Models Neural networks 20, 323-333, 2007
2006
Marian Kepesi, Van Tuan Pham, Gernot Kubin, Luis Weruaga, Andreas Juffinger and Michael Grabner Noise Cancellation Frontends for Automatic Meeting TranscriptionProc. Euronoise'06999-999
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] M. Peternell, [No Value] H. Pottmann and [No Value] J. Wallner Voronoi diagrams for oriented spheres
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, C. Huemer and Hannes Krasser Transforming spanning trees and pseudo-triangulations Information processing letters, Information Processing Letters 97, 19-22, 2006
Marian Kepesi, Michael Neffe, Van Tuan Pham, Michael Grabner and Andreas Juffinger Audio-Visual Feature Extraction for Semi-Automatic Annotation of Meetings,Proc. of MMSP 2006999-999
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] Krasser H Pseudo-simplicial complexes from maximal locally convex functions Discrete & computational geometry, Discrete and Computational Geometry 35, 201-221, 2006
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Thomas Hackl, B. Juettler, M. Oberneder and Z. Sir Computational and structural advantages of circular boundary representation
Franz Aurenhammer, B. Kornberger , M. Peternell , H. Pottmann, Oswin Aichholzer and Thomas Hackl Approximating boundary-triangulated objects with balls
Wolfgang Maass and H. Markram Theory of the computational function of microcircuit dynamicsMicrocircuits: The Interface between Neurons and Global Brain Frunction371-390
Andreas Opelt, Axel Pinz, Michael Fussenegger and Peter Auer Generic Object Recognition with Boosting IEEE transactions on pattern analysis and machine intelligence, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 28, 416-431, 2006
Y. Fregnac, M. Blatow, J.-P. Changeux, J. DeFelipe, A. Lansner, Wolfgang Maass, D. A. McCormick, C. M. Michel, H. Monyer, E. Szathmary and R. Yuste UPs and DOWNs in cortical computationMicrocircuits: The Interface between Neurons and Global Brain Frunction393-433
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, C. Huemer and Birgit Vogtenhuber Gray code enumeration of plane straight-line graphsEuropean Workshop on Computational Geometry71-74
Stefan Klampfl, Robert Albin Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Information Bottleneck Optimization and Independent Component Extraction with Spiking Neurons
Franz Aurenhammer, R. L. S. Drysdale and Hannes Krasser Farthest line segment Voronoi diagrams Information processing letters, Information Processing Letters 100, 220-225, 2006
Kei Uchizawa, Rodney Douglas and Wolfgang Maass On the computational power of threshold circuits with sparse activity Neural computation 18, 2995-3008, 2006
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] R. L. S. Drysdale and [No Value] H. Krasser Farthest line segment Voronoi diagrams
Prashant Joshi Modeling working memory and decision making using generic neural microcircuitsArtificial Neural Networks -- ICANN 2006515-524
Stefan Klampfl, Robert Albin Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Extracting Independent Components with Spiking Neurons
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and Thomas Hackl Pre-triangulations and liftable complexesProceedings of the Twenty-Second Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry (SCG '06)282-291
Stefan Häusler and Wolfgang Maass Computational consequences of lamina-specific structure in cortical microcircuit models
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and Thomas Hackl Connecting colored point sets
Karsten M. Borgwardt, Arthur Gretton, Malte Johannes Rasch, Hans-Peter Kriegel, Bernhard Schoelkopf and Alex J. Smola Integrating structured biological data by Kernel Maximum Mean Discrepancy Bioinformatics 22, e49-e57, 2006
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, C. Huemer and Hannes Krasser Transforming spanning trees and pseudo-triangulations
Robert Albin Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass A criterion for the convergence of learning with spike timing dependent plasticityAdvances in Neural Information Processing Systems763-770
Wolfgang Maass Book review of "Imitation of life: how biology is inspiring computing" by Nancy Forbes Pattern analysis and applications 8, 390-391, 2006
Robert Albin Legenstein Analysis of Neural Microcircuits on the Systems Level
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and Hannes Krasser On the crossing number of complete graphs Computing <Wien> 76, 165-176, 2006
Stefan Klampfl Extracting Statistically Independent Components with a Generalized BCM Rule for Spiking Neurons
K. Uchizawa, Rodney Douglas and Wolfgang Maass Energy complexity and entropy of threshold circuitsAutomata, languages and programming631-642
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] H. Krasser Pseudo-simplicial complexes from maximal locally convex functions
Stefan Häusler and Wolfgang Maass Computational consequences of lamina-specific structure in cortical microcircuit models.
Wolfgang Maass, Prashant Joshi and Eduardo Sontag Principles of real-time computing with feedback applied to cortical microcircuit modelsAdvances in Neural Information Processing Systems835-842
Alexander Kaske and Wolfgang Maass A model for the interaction of oscillations and pattern generation with real-time computing in generic neural microcircuit models Neural networks 19, 600-609, 2006
Johannes Bill Resonant quantum dynamics of neutral spin-1 particles in a magnetic guide Physical review / A , 53609-1-53609-9, 2006 , DOI
2005
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, C. Huemer and Hannes Krasser Transforming spanning trees and pseudo-triangulationsProc. 21th European Workshop on Computational Geometry EuroCG '0581-84
Robert Albin Legenstein and Wolfgang Maass Wire length as a circuit complexity measure Journal of computer and system sciences 70, 53-72, 2005
Robert Albin Legenstein, Christian Näger and Wolfgang Maass What can a neuron learn with spike-timing-dependent plasticity? Neural computation 17, 2337-2382, 2005
Robert Albin Legenstein Real-time computations and self organized criticality in recurrent neural networks
Thomas Natschläger, Nils Bertschinger and Robert Albin Legenstein At the edge of chaos: Real-time computations and self-organized criticality in recurrent neural networksAdvances in Neural Information Processing Systems145-152
Franz Aurenhammer Pre-triangulations: A generalization of Delaunay triangulations and flips2nd CFP for VD2005235-235
Harald Michael Burgsteiner, Mark Kröll, Alexander Leopold and Gerald Steinbauer Movement Prediction from real-world Images using a Liquid State MachineInnovations in Applied Artificial Intelligence121-130
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, P. Gonzalez-Nava, Thomas Hackl, C. Huemer, F. Hurtado, Hannes Krasser, S. Ray and Birgit Vogtenhuber Matching edges and faces in polygonal partitionsProc. 17th Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry CCCG '05123-126
Prashant Joshi and Wolfgang Maass Movement generation with circuits of spiking neurons Neural computation 17, 1715-1738, 2005
D. Goswami, Klaus Schuch, Yi Zheng, T. De Marse and J. C. Principe Towards the modeling of dissociated cortical tissue in the liquid state machine frameworkProceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN) 2005 / Vol. 42179-2183
Wolfgang Maass, Prashant Joshi and Eduardo Sontag Principles of real-time computing with feedback applied to cortical microcircuit models
Franz Aurenhammer and Hannes Krasser Pseudo-tetrahedral complexesProc. 21th European Workshop on Computational Geometry EuroCG '0585-88
Michael Pfeiffer Reinforcement Learning of Strategies for Settlers of Catan
B. Aronov, Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, F. Hurtado, S. Langerman, D. Rappaport, S. Smorodinsky and C. Seara Small weak epsilon netsProc. 17th Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry CCCG '0551-54
Michael Pfeiffer, Amir Saffari and Andreas Juffinger Predicting Text Relevance from Sequential Reading BehaviorNIPS Workshop on Machine Learning for Implicit Feedback and User Modeling1-6
Robert Albin Legenstein A criterion for the convergence of learning with spike timing dependent plasticity
Stefan Häusler and Wolfgang Maass Computational consequences of lamina-specific structure in cortical microcircuit models
Alexander Kaske and Nils Bertschinger Travelling wave patterns in a model for the spinal pattern generator using spiking neurons Biological cybernetics 92, 206-218, 2005 , DOI
Wolfgang Maass, Robert Albin Legenstein and Nils Bertschinger Methods for estimating the computational power and generalization capability of neural microcircuitsAdvances in Neural Information Processing Systems865-872
Thomas Natschläger and Wolfgang Maass Dynamics of information and emergent computation in generic neural microcircuit models Neural networks , 1301-1308, 2005
2004
Andreas Juffinger, Ahmed Patel and Nikita Schmidt Focused Multimedia Crawling - Distributed Evaluation FrameworkControl, Communication and Network Systems, Technologies and Applications34-37
Andreas Opelt, Michael Fussenegger, Axel Pinz and Peter Auer Generic object recognition with boosting
Oswin Aichholzer, C. Huemer and Hannes Krasser Triangulations without pointed spanning trees - extended abstractProc. 20th European Workshop on Computational Geometry EWCG'04221-224
Wolfgang Maass and Henry Markram On the computational power of recurrent circuits of spiking neurons Journal of computer and system sciences 69, 593-616, 2004
Wolfgang Maass, Thomas Natschläger and Henry Markram Computational models for generic cortical microcircuitsComputational Neuroscience: A Comprehensive Approach575-605
Ofer Melamed, Wulfram Gerstner, Wolfgang Maass, Misha Tsodyks and Henry Markram Coding and learning of behavioral sequences Trends in neurosciences 27, 11-14, 2004
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and B. Palop Quickest paths, straight skeletons, and the city Voronoi diagram Discrete & computational geometry, Discrete and Computational Geometry 31, 17-35, 2004
Wolfgang Maass and Thomas Natschläger Information dynamics and emergent computation in recurrent circuits of spiking neuronsAnnual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems1255-1262
Michael Pfeiffer Machine Learning Applications in Computer Games ÖGAI-Journal 23, 4-7, 2004
Robert Albin Legenstein Methods of Estimating the Computational Power and Generalization Capability of Neural Microcircuits
Nils Bertschinger and Thomas Natschläger Real-time computation at the edge of chaos in recurrent neural networks. Neural computation 16, 1413-1436, 2004
Michael Fussenegger, Andreas Opelt, Axel Pinz and Peter Auer Object recognition using segmentation for feature detectionWorkshop of the Austrian Association for Pattern Recognition103-110
Michael Pfeiffer Reinforcement Learning of Strategies for Settlers of CatanInternational Conference on Computer Games: Artificial Intelligence, Design and Education 2004384-388
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, H. Krasser and B. Speckmann Convexity minimizes pseudo-triangulations Computational geometry, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications 28, 3-10, 2004
Prashant Joshi and Wolfgang Maass Movement generation and control with generic neural microcircuits1st International Workshop on Biologically Inspired Approaches to Advanced Information Technology258-273
2003
Stefan Häusler, Henry Markram and Wolfgang Maass Perspectives of the high dimensional dynamics of neural microcircuits from the point of view of low dimensional readouts Complexity 8, 39-50, 2003
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, P. Brass and Hannes Krasser Pseudo-triangulations from surfaces and a novel type of edge flip SIAM journal on computing 32, 1621-1653, 2003
Wolfgang Maass Computation with spiking neuronsThe Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks1080-1083
Wolfgang Maass, Thomas Natschläger and Henry Markram A model for real-time computation in generic neural microcircuitsAdvances in Neural Information Processing Systems ; 15229-236
Franz Aurenhammer Pseudo-simplices and their derivationVoronoi Conference on Analytic Number Theory and Spatial Tesselations11-11
Wolfgang Maass and Henry Markram Temporal integration in recurrent microcircuitsThe Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks1159-1163
Michael Pfeiffer Machine Learning Application in Computer Games
Robert Albin Legenstein, Henry Markram and Wolfgang Maass Input prediction and autonomous movement analysis in recurrent circuit of spiking neurons Reviews in the neurosciences 14, 5-19, 2003
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, P. Brass and Hannes Krasser Spatial Embedding of Pseudo-TriangulationsProceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry (SCG '03)144-153
Oswin Aichholzer, E. Bremner, E. D. Demaine, F. Hurtado, E. Kranakis, Hannes Krasser, S. Ramaswami, S. Sethia and J. Urrutia Geometric games on triangulationsProc. 19th European Workshop on Computational Geometry CG'0389-92
Hannes Krasser Order types of point sets in the plane
Frank Kappe, Georg Droschl, Wolfgang Kienreich, Vedran Sabol, Jutta Becker, Keith Andrews, Michael Granitzer, Klaus Tochtermann and Peter Auer InfoSky: Visual Exploration of Large Hierarchical Document RepositoriesProc. HCI International 2003 ; Vol. 31268-1272
Thomas Natschläger, Wolfgang Maass and Henry Markram Computer models and analysis tools for neural microcircuitsNeuroscience Databases. A Practical Guide123-138
Peter L. Bartlett and Wolfgang Maass Vapnik-Chervonenkis dimension of neural netsThe Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks1188-1192
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, F. Hurtado and Hannes Krasser Towards compatible triangulations Theoretical computer science 296, 3-13, 2003
2002
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and H. Krasser Points and combinatorics Telematik 8, 12-17, 2002
Frank Kappe, Georg Droschl, Wolfgang Kienreich, Vedran Sabol, Jutta Becker, Keith Andrews, Michael Granitzer, Klaus Tochtermann and Peter Auer InfoSky: Eine neue Technologie zur Erforschung großer, hierarchischer WissensräumeProceedings KnowTech 2002
Robert Albin Legenstein The wire-length complexity of neural networks
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Bernhard Brandstätter, Thomas Ebner, Hannes Krasser, Christian Magele and Martin Mühlmann Evolution strategy and hierarchical clustering IEEE transactions on magnetics, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 38, 1041-1044, 2002
Lars Holger Büsing Simplified rules and theoretical analysis for information bottleneck optimization and PCA with spiking neurons
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and Belén Palop Quickest paths, straight skeletons, and the city Voronoi diagramACM Symposium on Computational Geometry151-159
Oswin Aichholzer and Franz Aurenhammer Voronoi diagrams - computational geometry's favorite Telematik 8, 7-11, 2002
Keith Andrews, Wolfgang Kienreich, Vedran Sabol, Jutta Becker, Georg Droschl, Frank Kappe, Michael Granitzer, Peter Auer and Klaus Tochtermann The InfoSky Visual Explorer: Exploiting Hierarchical Structure and Document Similarities Information visualization 1, 166-181, 2002 , DOI
Wolfgang Maass, Gerald Steinbauer and Roland Koholka Autonomous fast learning in a mobile robotSensor Based Intelligent Robots. International Workshop, Dagstuhl, 2000, Selected Revised Papers345-356
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and H. Krasser Progress on rectilinear crossing numbers
2001
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Christian Icking, Rolf Klein, Elmar Langetepe and Günter Rote Generalized self-approaching curves Discrete applied mathematics 109, 3-24, 2001
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, B. Brandtstätter, H. Krasser, Christian Magele, Martin Mühlmann and Werner Renhart Evolution Strategy and Hierarchical ClusteringConference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields?-?
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and H. Krasser Enumerating order types for small point sets with applicationsACM Symposium on Computational Geometry11-18
Stefan Häusler, Wolfgang Maass and Henry Markram Readout neurons in neural microcircuits
Stefan Häusler, Wolfgang Maass and Henry Markram Evolution of internal states of neural microcircuits
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, F. Hurtado and H. Krasser Towards Compatible TriangulationsComputing and combinatorics101-110
2000
Wolfgang Maass, Axel Pinz, Reinhard Braunstingl, Gerhard Wiesspeiner, Thomas Natschläger, Oliver Friedl and Harald Michael Burgsteiner Konstruktion von Lernfähigen Robotern im Studentenwettbewerb "Robotik 2000" an der Technischen Universität Graz Telematik , 20-24, 2000 , Link
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and F. Hurtado Edge Operations on Non-Crossing Spanning TreesEuropean Workshop on Computational Geometry121-125
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, B. Brandtstätter, Thomas Ebner, H. Krasser and Christian Magele Niching evolution strategy with cluster algorithmsBiennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation?-?
1999
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and Reinhard Hainz New results on MWT subgraphs Information processing letters, Information Processing Letters 69, 215-219, 1999
Robert Albin Legenstein Effizientes Layout von Neuronalen Netzen
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Danny Z. Chen, D.T. Lee and Evanthia Papadopoulou Skew Voronoi diagrams International journal of computational geometry and applications, International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications 9, 235-247, 1999 , DOI
1998
Oswin Aichholzer and Franz Aurenhammer Straight skeletons for general polygonal figures in the planeVoronoi's impact of modern sciences / Vol. 27-21
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Christian Icking, Rolf Klein, Elmar Langetepe and Günter Rote Generalized self-approaching curvesEuropean Workshop on Computational Geometry15-18
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Christian Icking, Rolf Klein, Elmar Langetepe and Günter Rote Generalized self-approaching curvesAlgorithms and computation317-326
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Günter Rote and Yinfeng Xu Constant-level greedy triangulations approximate the MWT well Journal of combinatorial optimization 2, 361-369, 1998
1997
Oswin Aichholzer, Reinhard Hainz and Franz Aurenhammer New results on minimum-weight triangulations and the LMT skeletonEuropean Workshop on Computational Geometry4-6
1996
Oswin Aichholzer and Franz Aurenhammer Straight skeletons for general polygonal figures2nd Ann. Int'l. Computing and Combinatorics Conf. COCOON'96117-126
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Günter Rote and Yinfeng Xu Constant-level greedy triangulations approximate the MWT wellOperations research and its applications309-318
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Günter Rote and Yinfeng Xu New greedy triangulation algorithmsEuropean Workshop on Computational Geometry11-14
Oswin Aichholzer and Franz Aurenhammer Straight skeletons for general polygonal figures in the planeComputing and combinatorics117-126
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer, Siu-Wing Cheng, N. Katoh, G. Rote, M. Taschwer and Yin-Feng Xu Triangulations intersect nicely Discrete & computational geometry, Discrete and Computational Geometry 16, 339-359, 1996 , Link
1995
Oswin Aichholzer and Franz Aurenhammer Straight skeletons for general polygonal figures
Oswin Aichholzer, D. Alberts, Franz Aurenhammer and B. Gärtner Straight skeletons of simple polygonsLIESMARS114-124
Oswin Aichholzer, Franz Aurenhammer and Günter Rote Optimal graph orientation with storage applications
Oswin Aichholzer, D. Alberts, Franz Aurenhammer and B. Gärtner A novel type of skeleton for polygons Journal of Universal Computer Science 1, 752-761, 1995
1994
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] Forman M., [No Value] Idury R., [No Value] Schäffer A. and [No Value] Wagner F. Faster isometric embedding in products of complete graphs Discrete applied mathematics 52, 17-28, 1994
Oswin Aichholzer and Franz Aurenhammer Classifying hyperplanes in hypercubesEuropean Workshop on Computational Geometry53-57
Oswin Aichholzer and Franz Aurenhammer Classifying hyperplanes in hypercubes
1993
Franz Aurenhammer Geometric clustering and Voronoi-type partitionsSystem Modelling and Optimization93-94
Franz Aurenhammer Voronoi diagrams - a survey of a fundamental geometric data structure ACM computing surveys , 131-185, 1993
1992
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] F. Hoffmann and [No Value] B. Aronov Minkowski-type theorems and least-squares partitioning
Franz Aurenhammer and G. Stöckl Searching for segments with largest relative overlap
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] F. Hoffmann and [No Value] B. Aronov Least-squares partitioning
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] Stöckl H. Searching for sements with largest relative overlapSystem modelling and optimization77-84
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] Hoffmann F. and [No Value] Aronov B. Minkowski-type theorems and least-squares partitioning8th Ann. ACM Symp. Computational Geometry350-357
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] Hoffmann F. and [No Value] Aranov B. Least-squares partitioningEuropean Workshop on Computational Geometry55-57
Franz Aurenhammer and Johann Hagauer Computing equivalence classes among the edges of a graph with applications Discrete mathematics, Discrete Mathematics 109, 3-12, 1992 , DOI
Franz Aurenhammer, Johann Hagauer and W. Imrich Cartesian graph factorization at logarithmic cost per edge Computational complexity 2, 331-349, 1992 , DOI
Franz Aurenhammer and Gerd Stöckl Searching for segments with largest relative operlap Information processing letters, Information Processing Letters 41, 103-108, 1992 , DOI
Franz Aurenhammer and Otfried Schwarzkopf A simple on-line randomized incremental algorithm for computing higher order Voronoi diagrams International journal of computational geometry and applications, International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications 2, 363-381, 1992 , DOI
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] F. Hoffmann and [No Value] B. Aronov Minkowski-type theorems and least-squares partitioning
1991
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] J. Hagauer Recognizing binary Hamming graphs in O(n²logn)time
Franz Aurenhammer and O. Schwarzkopf A simple on-line randomized incremental algorithm for computing higher order Voronoi diagrams
Franz Aurenhammer, G. Stöckl and Emo Welzl The post-office problem for fuzzy points sets
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] Schwarzkopf O. A simple on-line randomized incremental algorithm for computing higher order Voronoi diagramsACM Symposium on Computational Geometry142-151
Franz Aurenhammer, Gerd Stöckl and Emo Welzl The post-office problem for fuzzy point setsComputational geometry - methods, algorithms and applications1-11
Franz Aurenhammer and Johann Hagauer Recognizing binary Hamming graphs in O(n²log n) timeGraph-theoretic concepts in computer science90-98
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] G. Stöckl Searching for segments with largest relative operlap
Franz Aurenhammer and Gerd Stöckl On the peeper's Voronoi diagram SIGACT news 22, 50-59, 1991
Franz Aurenhammer The post-office problem for fuzzy points sets
Franz Aurenhammer Using Gale transforms in computational geometry Mathematical programming 52, 179-190, 1991
Franz Aurenhammer and Otfried Schwarzkopf A simple on-line randomized incremental algorithm for computing higher order Voronoi diagrams
Franz Aurenhammer Voronoi diagrams - a survey of a fundamental geometric data structure ACM computing surveys 23, 345-405, 1991
1990
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] J. Hagauer and [No Value] W. Imrich Factoring Cartesian-product graphs at lograithmic cost per edge
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] G. Stöckl Fenster - Voronoi DiagrammeTagunsband DMV Jubiläumstagung52-52
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] Hagauer J. and [No Value] Imrich W. Factoring Cartesian-product graphs at logarithmic cost per edgeInteger programming and combinatorial optimization29-44
Franz Aurenhammer A new duality result concerning Voronoi diagrams Discrete & computational geometry, Discrete and Computational Geometry 5, 243-254, 1990
Franz Aurenhammer A relationship between Gale transforms and Voronoi diagrams Discrete applied mathematics 28, 83-91, 1990
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] J. Hagauer and [No Value] W. Imrich Factoring Cartesian-product graphs at logarithmic cost per edge
Franz Aurenhammer Voronoi diagrams - a survey of a fundamental geomtric data structure
Franz Aurenhammer, [No Value] Forman M., [No Value] Idury R., [No Value] Schäffer A. and [No Value] Wagner F. Faster isometric embedding in products of complete graphs
1989
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] J. Hagauer Computing equivalence classes among the edges of a graph with applications
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] J. Hagauer Computing equivalence classes among the edges of a graph with applicationsInt. Conf. Algebraic Graph Theory11-11
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] J. Hagauer Computing equivalence classes among the edges of a graph with applications
1988
Franz Aurenhammer On-line sorting of twisted sequences in linear timeWorkshop on Computational Geometry and Discrete Algorithms14-14
Franz Aurenhammer Using Gale transforms in computational geometryComputational geometry and its applications202-216
Franz Aurenhammer Algorithmic aspects of Gale transformsInternational Symposium on Mathematical Programming176-176
Franz Aurenhammer and H. Imai Geometric relations among Voronoi diagrams Geometriae dedicata 27, 65-75, 1988 , DOI
Franz Aurenhammer On-line sorting of twisted sequences in linear time BIT - Numerical Mathematics 28, 194-204, 1988 , DOI
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] G. Stöckl On the peeper's Voronoi diagram
Franz Aurenhammer A relationship between Gale transforms and Voronoi diagrams
Franz Aurenhammer Improved algorithms for discs and balls using power diagrams Journal of algorithms 9, 151-161, 1988
Franz Aurenhammer Linear combinations from power domains Geometriae dedicata 28, 45-52, 1988 , DOI
Franz Aurenhammer Using Gale transforms in computational geomtry
1987
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] H. Imai Geometric relations among Voronoi diagrams
Franz Aurenhammer Jordan sorting via convex hulls of certain non-simple polygonsACM Symposium on Computational Geometry21-29
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] Imai H. Geometric relations among Voronoi diagramsAnnual Symposium on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science53-65
Franz Aurenhammer A criterion for the affine equivalence of cell complexes in Rd and convex polyhedra in Rd+1 Discrete & computational geometry, Discrete and Computational Geometry 2, 49-64, 1987
Franz Aurenhammer Power diagrams: properties, algorithms and applications SIAM journal on computing 16, 78-96, 1987
Franz Aurenhammer Recognizing polytopical cell complexes and constructing projection ployhedra Journal of symbolic computation 3, 249-255, 1987
Franz Aurenhammer Linear combinations from power domains
Franz Aurenhammer On-line sorting of twisted sequences in linear time
1986
Franz Aurenhammer A new duality result concerning Vornonoi diagramsInternational Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming21-32
Franz Aurenhammer The one-dimensional weighted Voronoi diagram Information processing letters, Information Processing Letters 22, 119-123, 1986
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] H. Imai Geometric relations among Voronoi diagrams
1985
Franz Aurenhammer Gewichtete VoronoidiagrammeWorkshop on Computational Geometry CG '8522-22
Franz Aurenhammer Recognizing polytopical cell complexes and constructing projection polyhedra
Franz Aurenhammer Improved algorithms for discs and balls using power diagrams
Franz Aurenhammer A criterion for the affine equivalence of cell compleses in Rd and convex polyhedra in Rd+1
Franz Aurenhammer A new duality result concerning Voronoi diagrams , Link
1984
Franz Aurenhammer and H. Edelsbrunner An optimal algorithm for constructing the weighted Voronoi diagram in the plane Pattern recognition 17, 251-257, 1984 , DOI
Franz Aurenhammer Gewichtete Voronoi Diagramme: Geometrische Deutung und Konstruktions-Algorithmen
1983
Franz Aurenhammer On the generality of power diagrams
Franz Aurenhammer Power diagrams: properties, algorithms and applications
Franz Aurenhammer The one-dimensional weighted Voronoi diagram
Franz Aurenhammer and [No Value] H. Edelsbrunner An optimal algorithm for constructing the weighted Voronoi diagram in the plane

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