During my PHD studies, I have read quite a number of papers on different subjects, mostly about SOMs, ANNs and the Superior Colliculus. To organize the knowledge I thus gathered, I took inspiration from Luhmann's Zettelkasten, which I understand to be a minimally-organized collection of facts.
Only part of that knowledge will actually go into my PHD thesis or published papers and I think that's a pity. Therefore, I'm making it available online.
(The code for this project will be available as soon as I've resolved a few issues and cleaned it up.)
I collected this information for myself. While I did, in my own interest, try to keep things accurate and understandable, I cannot assume any responsibility for the correctness of any content of my Zettelkasten. Every fact is connected to a reference. Do check the references before citing or in any other way relying on the information in this Zettelkasten.
Further, understand that I took the notes in the Zettelkasten opportunistically. Therefore, the number of facts I drew from a paper correlates more with the time I had for reading it and with how relevant it was to whatever it was at the time I was researching than the quality of that paper.