Neurocomputing 2: Directions for Research by James A. Anderson

Neurocomputing 2: Directions for Research

EditorJames A. Anderson, Andras Pellionisz, Edward Rosenfeld

Paperback | August 26, 1993

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In bringing together seminal articles on the foundations of research, the first volume of Neurocomputing has become an established guide to the background of concepts employed in this burgeoning field. Neurocomputing 2 collects forty-one articles covering network architecture, neurobiological computation, statistics and pattern classification, and problems and applications that suggest important directions for the evolution of neurocomputing.James A. Anderson is Professor in the Department of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences at Brown University. Andras Pellionisz is a Research Associate Professor in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at New York Medical Center and a Senior National Research Council Associate to NASA. Edward Rosenfeld is editor and publisher of the newsletters Intelligence and Medical Intelligence.

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Andras Pellionisz is a Research Associate Professor in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at New York Medical Center and a Senior National Research Council Associate to NASA.

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Title:Neurocomputing 2: Directions for ResearchFormat:PaperbackDimensions:757 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 1.8 inPublished:August 26, 1993Publisher:The MIT Press

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ISBN - 10:0262510758

ISBN - 13:9780262510752

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Become an established guide to the background of concepts employed in this burgeoning field. This book collects forty-one articles covering network architecture, neurobiological computation, statistics and pattern classification, and problems and applications that suggest important directions for the evolution of nuerocomputing.