Selected Publications

 

Book

P. Dean and J. Porrill. Eye orbital mechanics. In U. Windhorst, M. D. Binder & N. Hirokawa (Eds.), Encyclopedic reference of neuroscience. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. In press (2008).

 

Journal

P. Dean, S. Anderson, J. Porrill, H. Jörntell. An adaptive-filter model of cerebellar zone C3 as a basis for safe limb control? J Physiol doi: 10.1113/jphysiol.2013.261545 (2013).

J. Porrill, P. Dean, S. R. Anderson. Adaptive filters and internal models: Multilevel description of cerebellar function. Neural Networks 47 134-149 (2013).

Anderson SR, Porrill J, Pearson MJ, Pipe AG, Prescott TJ, Dean P. An Internal Model Architecture for Novelty Detection: Implications for Cerebellar and Collicular Roles in Sensory Processing. PLOS ONE 7(9): e44560. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0044560 (2012).

P. Dean, J. Porrill. Evaluating the adaptive-filter model of the cerebellum. Journal of Physiology. 589(14):3459-3470 (2011).

S. R. Anderson, M. J. Pearson, A. Pipe, T. Prescott, P. Dean, J. Porrill Adaptive cancelation of self-generated sensory signals in a whisking robot. IEEE Transactions on Robotics 26(6):1065-1076 (2010).

S. R. Anderson, N. Lepora, J. Porrill, P. Dean. Nonlinear dynamic modelling of isometric force production in primate eye muscle. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. 57(7):1554-1567 (2010).

P. Dean, J. Porrill. The cerebellum as an adaptive filter: a general model?. Functional Neurology 25(3):173-180 (2010).

A. Lenz, S. R. Anderson, A. G. Pipe, C. Melhuish, P. Dean, J. Porrill. Cerebellar-inspired adaptive control of a robot eye actuated by pneumatic artificial muscles. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics Part B 39(6):1420-1433 (2009).

S. R. Anderson, J. Porrill, S. Sklavos, N. J. Gandhi, D. L. Sparks, P. Dean. Dynamics of primate oculomotor plant revealed by effects of abducens microstimulation. Journal of Neurophysiology 101:2907-2923 (2009).

P. Dean, J. Porrill. Adaptive filter models of the cerebellum: Computational analysis. Cerebellum 7(4):567-571 (2008).

J. Porrill, P. Dean. Silent Synapses, LTP, and the indirect parallel-fibre pathway: computational consequences of optimal cerebellar noise-processing. PLoS Computational Biology 4(5):e1000085 (2008).

A. Lenz, T. Balakrishnan, A. G. Pipe, C. Melhuish. An adaptive gaze stabilisation controller inspired by the vestibulo-ocular reflex. Bioinspiration and Biomimetics 3(3):035001 (2008).

P. Dean, J. Porrill. Oculomotor anatomy and the motor-error problem: The role of the paramedian tract nuclei. Progress in Brain Research 171:177-186 (2008).

T. M. Hospedales, M. C. W. van Rossum, B. P. Graham, M. B. Dutia. Implications of noise and neural heterogeneity for vestibulo-ocular reflex fidelity. Neural Computation 20(3):756-778 (2008).

L. Ling, A. F. Fuchs, C. Siebold, P. Dean. Effects of initial eye position on saccade-related behavior of abducens nucleus neurons in the primate. Journal of Neurophysiology 98:3581-3599 (2007).

J. Porrill, P. Dean. Cerebellar motor learning: when is cortical plasticity not enough? PLoS Computational Biology 3(10):1935-1950 (2007).

S. R. Anderson, P. Dean, V. Kadirkamanathan, C. R. S. Kaneko, J. Porrill. System identification from multiple short time duration signals. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 54(12):2205-2213 (2007).

J. Porrill, P. Dean. Recurrent Cerebellar Loops Simplify Adaptive Control of Redundant and Nonlinear Motor Systems. Neural Computation, 19(1):170-193 (2007).

P. Dean, J. Porrill, J. V. Stone. Visual awareness and the cerebellum: possible role of decorrelation control. Progress in Brain Research 144:61-75 (2004).

J. Porrill, P. Dean, J. V. Stone. Recurrent cerebellar architecture solves the motor error problem. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B Biological Sciences, 271:789-796 (2004).

P. Dean, J. Porrill, J. V. Stone. Decorrelation control by the cerebellum achieves oculomotor plant compensation in simulated vestibulo-ocular reflex. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B Biological Sciences, 269 (1503):1895-1904, (2002).

 

Conference

E. D. Wilson, S. R. Anderson, T. Assaf, J. M. Rossiter, M. J. Pearson, J. Porrill. Developing the Cerebellar Chip as a General Control Module for Autonomous Systems. TAROS 2013.

E. D. Wilson, T. Assaf, M. J. Pearson, J. Rossiter, S. R. Anderson, J. Porrill. Bioinspired Adaptive Control for Artificial Muscles. Living Machines 2013: Lecture Notes in Computer Science 311-322.

E. D. Wilson, S. R. Anderson, T. Assaf, M. J. Pearson, P. Walters, T. J. Prescott, C. Melhuish, J. Rossiter, T. Pipe, Paul Dean, J. Porrill: Bioinspired Control of Electro-Active Polymers for Next Generation Soft Robots. TAROS 2012, Abstract 424-425.

S. R. Anderson, P. Dean, J. Porrill. Fragile or robust? The signal-dependent noise principle in saccadic optimal control. Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans USA, Abstract (2012).

C. Rössert, P. Dean, S. Solinas, E. D'Angelo, J. Porrill. Analysis of a detailed model of granular layer processing: can it support the computations required by the adaptive filter model of the cerebellum? Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans USA, Abstract (2012).

E. D. Wilson, S. R. Anderson, P. Dean, J. Porrill. Basis functions for cerebellar-inspired control of soft-smart materials. Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans USA, Abstract (2012).

J. Porrill, J. R. W. Menzies, M. B. Dutia, P. Dean. Computational prediction for brainstem plasticity in vestibulo-ocular reflex. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego USA, Abstract (2007).

J. R. W. Menzies, J.Porrill, P. Dean, M. B. Dutia. Long term depression of vestibular afferent EPSCs in medial vestibular nucleus neurons in vitro. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego USA, Abstract (2007).

S. R. Anderson, J.Porrill, P. Dean. Adaptive filter model of cerebellum improves performance of simulated optokinetic reflex. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego USA, Abstract (2007).

A. Lenz, T. Balakrishnan, A. G. Pipe and C. Melhuish. Eye-Robot: A Biologically Inspired Adaptive Controller. TAROS (2007).

A. Lenz, T. Balakrishnan. A Mechatronic Testbed for VOR Inspired Neuro-Control Experiments. Proceedings AISB, Vol. 2, pp.97-98 (2006).

S. R. Anderson, N.J.Gandhi, D.L.Sparks, J.Porrill, P. Dean. Nonlinearities in primate oculomotor plant revealed by effects of abducens microstimulation. Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta USA, Abstract (2006).

J. R. W. Menzies, S. R. Anderson, J. Porrill, P. Dean, M. B. Dutia. BK channel blockade alters the firing rate but not the gain of medial vestibular nucleus neurons in vitro. Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta USA, Abstract (2006).

J. Porrill, P. Dean. Computational analysis of the eligibility trace in cerebellar learning. Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta USA, Abstract (2006).

J. Porrill, P. Dean, S. R. Anderson, M. Dutia, J. Menzies, C. Melhuish, T. Pipe, A. Lenz, T. Balakrishnan. Functions of distributed plasticity in a biologically-inpsired control system: from electrophysiology to robotics. Computational Neuroscience, Edinburgh UK, Abstract (2006).

J. Porrill, P. Dean. Computational consequences of parallel-fibre noise for cerebellar calibration of the VOR. Society for Neuroscience, Washington USA, Abstract (2005).