## Non-ergodicity in a simple coin game

Based on a seminal talk by Ole Peters, I illustrate the fundamental difference between an ergodic and non-ergodic process using a simple coin game.

Based on a seminal talk by Ole Peters, I illustrate the fundamental difference between an ergodic and non-ergodic process using a simple coin game.

Based on K. Friston and following R. Bogacz I shortly summarise the former, and solve the programming exercises given in the paper. This motives another post...

The inverted pendulum problem from OpenAI Gym is solved using a simple network that learns the relevant derivatives using positional data. The inferred deriv...

Implementation of a one-layer neural network that solves the XOR task using only numpy, roughly following this excellent blogpost by Andrej Karpathy. Shared ...

Following Joshua Garland, Ryan James, and Elizabeth Bradley information theoretical redundancy is explained and estimated using weighted permutation entropy ...

An attempt to implement the recurrent attention model (RAM) from “Recurrent Models of Visual Attention” (Mnih+ 2014) in collaboration with ppries.