The neurobiology of computation: proceedings of the third annual Computation and Neural Systems Conference

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Kluwer, 1995 - Computers - 444 pages
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The Neurobiology of Computation: The Proceedings of the Third Annual Computation and Neural Systems Conference contains the collected papers of the Conference on Computational Neuroscience, July 21--23, 1994, Monterey, California. These papers represent a cross-section of current research in computational neuroscience. While the majority of papers describe analysis and modeling efforts, other papers describe the results of new biological experiments explicitly placed in the context of computational theories and ideas. Subjects range from an analysis of subcellular processes, to single neurons, networks, behavior, and cognition. In addition, several papers describe new technical developments of use to computational neuroscientists.

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James M. Bower is Professor, Electrophysiology Division, University of Texas Health Services Center, San Antonio. Hamid Bolouri is Professor of Neural Systems at the University of Hertfordshire and Visiting Associate, Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology.

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