Bionics and Biocybernetics
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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ABSTRACT afferent algorithm amplitude analysis animals auditory AUTHOR behavior biologic model biopotential brain central nervous system cerebral cortex characteristics complex conditioned reflex connections correlation cortical cybernetics determined developed device dynamic elements environment evaluation excitation experimental external fiber form recognition formation frequency function heuristic heuristic programming human impulse activity increase information processing inhibition input interval investigated Izd-vo Nauka Izd-vo Rostovskogo univ kompleksnoy probleme Kibernetika konferentsiya po neyrokibernetike lateral geniculate body mathematic model mechanisms memory method model ABSTRACT Moscow motor msec muscle Nauchnyy sovet neuron networks organization Orig output parameters physiological postsynaptic potentials probability Problems of bionics Problems of neurocybernetics Problemy neyrokibernetiki Problems random reactions receptive fields receptor referaty dokladov konferentsii regulation reliability response Rostov-on-Don sensory signal SOURCE sovet po kompleksnoy specific SSSR statistical stimulation structure synapses theory threshold TITLE TOPIC TAGS transmission visual perception Voprosy bioniki Problems Vsesoyuznaya konferentsiya