CS 182 Sections 101 & 102 slides created by: Mok (

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CS 182
Sections 101 & 102
slides created by:
Eva Mok ([email protected])
modified by JGM
Jan. 25, 2006
Annoucements
• a1 is due at 11:59 on Monday
• Remember to submit it as ‘a1’
• We’ll get to hw questions in a minute
• a2 out on 1/31
• quiz on 2/7
Where we stand
• Last Week
– Intro and Brain basics
• This Week
– Neural Development
– Psycholinguistics
• Coming up
– Neural Nets and Backprop
a1 questions?
• I realize some of the wording is confusing…
Before we move on to new material
• How does the brain work?
Quiz
1. What is the significance of the amoeba analogy?
2. Why is there a 1ms delay between neural firings?
3. What is the significance of the frog’s inability to
compensate for the surgery?
4. Why is neural development crucial to our
understanding of the brain’s role in language
production? (i.e. What’s the point of yesterday’s
lecture?)
5 levels of Neural Theory of Language
Spatial
Relation
Motor
Control
Metaphor Grammar
Cognition and Language
abstraction
Computation
Structured Connectionism
Neural Net
Triangle Nodes
SHRUTI
Computational Neurobiology
Biology
Neural
Development
Quiz
Midterm
Finals
Key Points from last lecture
• Three stages of development
– Prenatal
– Postnatal fine-tuning
– Learning
• Humans come pre-wired for learning
– Some plasticity
• Activity dependent fine tuning
• Long term memory
• Pre-wiring biases the way we learn
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