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Helge Ritter and Klaus Schulten. Topology conserving mappings for learning motor tasks. In J. S. Denker, editor, Neural networks for computing, pp. 376-380. American Institute of Physics publication, conference proceedings 151, 1986.

RITT86A Topology conserving mappings play an important role for biological processing of sensory input. We suggest that principles found capable of establishing such maps can also be applied to organize the learning of motor tasks. As an example we consider the task of learning to balance a pole.

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