Same as the topic question
No, it is in the htmpapers repository. But it is in Python 2 and is not ready for production. Hence a initiative to rebuild it, but I’m still trying to understand the theory.
Hi, Thank you for reply!
I saw that HTM community is developing (or developed) grid cell. Does that relate with this framework or is their grid cell code developed for this framework?
Which grid cell feature are you referring to? The grid cell encoder is a part of the paper and invented by Numenta. While the paper points out how grid cells can be used in the Neocortex. But grid cells themselves are discovered by scientists in Neuroscience.
I am interesting about whether Numenta or HTM community has implemented this grid cell idea into a computational format. For example, whether there is an implementation of grid cell in NuPic or something others to represent the specific location of an object in a framework.
Thank you for reply!
I’m not sure what you are looking for. But there’s a few.
- Etaler have 1D and 2D grid cell encoders
- HTM.core (the community fork of NuPIC) have re-implemented the location framework (thanks @fcred )
- And a community project htm-2d-object-modeling is aiming to provide a experiment environment for the location framework. (With their own implementation of the location framework)
Let me know if this is not what you are looking for.
That’s exactly what I am looking for! Thank you so much!