Bionics and Biocybernetics

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Aerospace Technology Division, Library of Congress, 1968 - Bionics - 366 pages
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Contents: Biological modeling (Human sensory processes, Infra-human sensory processes, Modeling of sensory systems, and Physiologic functions); Neurons in bionics and biocybernetics (The study of neurons, neuron organization, and neural networks; Neuron and neural network modeling); Problems of modeling higher nervous activity; Problems of transmission, processing, and encoding of information in living organisms; Studies in animal orientation, navigation, location, and communication; Biopotentials and bioelectric control system studies; Biological regulatory systems; Artificial intelligence (Pattern recognition, learning programs, special devices).

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COMMENTARY
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Problems of ModelingHigher Nervous
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Section E Studies in Animal Orientation Naviga
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