Exploring Brain Functions : Models in Neuroscience : Report of the Dahlem Workshop on Exploring Brain Functions : Models in Neuroscience Berlin 1991,

Exploring Brain Functions : Models in Neuroscience : Report of the Dahlem Workshop on Exploring Brain Functions : Models in Neuroscience Berlin 1991,

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 340 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780471936022
  • DDC分類 612.82

基本説明

Partial Contents: Transmitter Release Mechanisms: Relevance for Neuronal Network Functions; Modulating Membrane Properties of Neurons: Role in Information Processing.

Full Description


Exploring Brain Functions Models in Neuroscience Edited by T. A. Poggio and D. A. Glaser This volume consists of the background papers and reports of discussion from the Dahlem Workshop. It focuses on the identification of appropriate models for brain functions and ways of evaluating them. A unique combination of key researchers involved in theoretical and experimental neurobiology addressed these issues from the following perspectives:Molecular and biophysical mechanisms of information processing;Forms and mechanisms of learning;Models of visual perception: case studies in brain functions; andArchitectures of intelligent systems. This book provides a timely assessment of the state of theories involving the brain and their role in neuroscience today and tomorrow, from the point of view of theoreticians and experimentalists alike.

Table of Contents

  PARTIAL TABLE OF CONTENTS: Partial table of
contents:
Transmitter Release Mechanisms: Relevance for
Neuronal Network Functions (H. Korn & D.
Faber).
Modulating Membrane Properties of Neurons:
Role in Information Processing (E. Marder).
Integration in the Neurons and Microcircuits
of the Neocortex (R. Douglas & K. Martin).
Learning Algorithms and Network Architectures
(T. Poggio & F. Girosi).
Experience-Dependent Alterations in Synaptic
Structure and Function (M. Friedlander).
Cerebral Memory Circuits (M. Mishkin).
Models of Image Segmentation and Object
Recognition (S. Ullman).
Neuronal Representations and Temporal Codes
(W. Singer, et al.).
Symbolic Architectures: Organization of
Intelligence (P. Rosenbloom & A. Newell).
Prolegomenon to Evolution of Cognition (D.
Premack).
Indexes.