Selforganizing memory: active learning of landmarks used for navigation

Cruse H, Hübner D (2008)
Biological Cybernetics 99(3): 219-236.

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Cruse H, Hübner D. Selforganizing memory: active learning of landmarks used for navigation. Biological Cybernetics. 2008;99(3):219-236.
Cruse, H., & Hübner, D. (2008). Selforganizing memory: active learning of landmarks used for navigation. Biological Cybernetics, 99(3), 219-236.
Cruse, H., and Hübner, D. (2008). Selforganizing memory: active learning of landmarks used for navigation. Biological Cybernetics 99, 219-236.
Cruse, H., & Hübner, D., 2008. Selforganizing memory: active learning of landmarks used for navigation. Biological Cybernetics, 99(3), p 219-236.
H. Cruse and D. Hübner, “Selforganizing memory: active learning of landmarks used for navigation”, Biological Cybernetics, vol. 99, 2008, pp. 219-236.
Cruse, H., Hübner, D.: Selforganizing memory: active learning of landmarks used for navigation. Biological Cybernetics. 99, 219-236 (2008).
Cruse, Holk, and Hübner, David. “Selforganizing memory: active learning of landmarks used for navigation”. Biological Cybernetics 99.3 (2008): 219-236.
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