Natural & Artificial Parallel Computation: Proceedings of the Fifth NEC Research Symposium

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David L. Waltz
SIAM, Jan 1, 1996 - Computers - 202 pages
The volume begins with processing in biological organisms, moves through interactions between processing in biology and computer science, and ends with massively parallel computing. It contains articles by scientists exploring the modeling of biological systems on computers and computer designers interested in exploiting massive numbers of computing elements in parallel.
 

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Contents

Time Coding in the CNS
1
Adaptive Movement Computation by the Blowfly Visual System
21
ActivityDependent Conductances in Model and Biological Neurons
43
Evolution of Parallel Processes in Organic and Digital Media
69
Information Representation and SelfOrganization of
93
A Neuroidal Model for Cognition
127
Knowledge Discovery in Genetic Sequences
141
Key Issues in
163
RWC Architecture
183
Index
197
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