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PhD Thesis


  • S. Still. "Characterization and Optimization of Lithium-Carbon-Intercalation Electrodes for the use in Litium-Ion-Exchange Batteries.� Universitaet Hannover, Department of Physics, 1995.

Misc. Conference Contributions 

  • S. Still, M. Dinculescu and D. Precup. An Information Theoretic Approach for Building Approximate Predictive Models, poster at the workshop on �Grounding Sensation, Knowledge, and Cognition in Sensori-Motor Experience� at Neural Information Processing Systems 19, Vancouver, BC, Canada. 2006.

  • S. Still. Active learning and optimal behavior, spotlight presentation and poster at the workshop on �Value of Information in Inference, Learning and Decision-Making� at Neural Information Processing Systems 18, Vancouver, BC, Canada. 2006.

  • S. Still. Active learning and optimal predictions. Talk at the Workshop on Behavioral Learning at Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) 18, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2005.

  • S. Still, A. K. Schenk, B. D. Wright, A. J. Doupe and W. Bialek. Information theoretic approaches to the analysis of complex natural sounds. The Gordon Conference ``Sensory Coding and the Natural Environment -- Probabilistic models of perception'', Mount Holyoke College, MA, USA, 2002.

  • S. Still and M. W. Tilden. Coupled Oscillators and Walking Control: A Hardware Implementation of a Distributed Motor System. In N. Elsner and R. Wehner, editors, Proceedings of the 26th G�ttingen Neurobiology Conference, volume 2, Stuttgart, 1998. Georg Thieme Verlag.

  • C. Collin and S. Still. Towards a Neuronally-Controlled Walking Machine. 2nd International Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems, Boston, MA, USA, 1998.


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