As an extension to the model of the predecessor project
Functional role of adult neurogenesis in the hippocampus, Part II we now
use simulated grid cell activities from entorhinal cortex as an input
to the hippocampus and consider combinations of various adaptation
strategies to new environments, such as neural plasticity, additive
neurogenesis, and turnover neurogenesis. We find that a combination
of these three mechanisms outperforms any of them alone.