Analysis and Modeling of Neural Systems

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Papers from the July 1990 conference on [title], held in Berkeley, California present emerging modeling tools and concepts for neurobiologists, and emerging neurobiological concepts and neurobiological knowledge of potential use to technologists. Recent leaps in both computational power and knowledge of the nervous systems may have set the stage for a revolution in theoretical neurobiology, that is if the new neural modeling is directed as heavily toward understanding the nervous system as it has been toward computer technology and control-system engineering. These contribuitons address both aspects. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461367932
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 4/30/2013
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1992
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 414
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Table of Contents

I - Analysis and Modeling Tools and Techniques.- Section 1: Analysis.- Assembly Connectivity and Activity: Methods, Results, Interpretations.- Visualization of Cortical Connections With Voltage Sensitive Dyes.- Channels, Coupling, and Synchronized Rhythmic Bursting Activity.- Sparse-stimulation and Wiener Kernels.- Quantitative Search for Stimulus-Specific Patterns in the Human Electroencephalogram (EEG) During a Somatosensory Task.- Section 2: Modeling.- Functional Insights About Synaptic Inputs to Dendrites.- Dendritic Control of Hebbian Computations.- Low Threshold Spikes and Rhythmic Oscillations in Thalamic Neurons.- The Role of 3-D Reconstruction in the Analysis and Modeling of Neural Systems.- Efficient Modeling of Realistic Neural Networks with Application to the Olfactory Bulb.- CAJAL: A Biological Neural Network Simulator.- Neurobuilder: A User Interface and Network Simulator for Building Neurobiological Networks.- Design for Purkinje Cells.- A Computational Model of the Cerebellum.- II: Sensory Systems.- Section 3: Visual System.- Retinal Circuits for Daylight: Why Ballplayers Don’t Wear Shades.- Explaining Lateral Interactions in the Retina with the Help of Models.- Dynamic Aspects of Receptive Field Organization in Area VI of the Macaque Monkey.- Sequence Discriminating Neural Network in the Eye of the Fly.- Temporal Resolution in Vision: Psychophysical Experiments and Neural Structure.- Voltage- and Current-Clamp Simulation of Hermissenda Type B Cell Responses.- Light Sensitivity in Cones is affected by the Feedback from Horizontal Cells.- A Model for the Changes in Coupling and Kinetics of Cone Driven Retinal Horizontal Cells During Light/Dark Adaptation.- Optimal Filtering in the Salamander Retina.- Receptive Field Image Modeling Through Cellular Neural Networks.- A Cellular Automaton Simulation of the Development of Ocular Dominance Columns.- Section 4: Auditory System.- Hearing as Seeing: Space and Time in Auditory Processing.- Delay Lines for Detection of Interaural Time Differences in the Barn Owl.- A Parallel Neural Model for Auditory Front End Processing.- A Modeling Study of Single Neurons and Neural Circuits of the Ventral and Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus.- Models of the Computation of Sound Elevation in the Barn Owl.- Self Organization in Auditory Neural Models.- Section 5: Other Sensory Systems.- GABAergic Modulation of Average Evoked Potentials in Rat Olfactory Bulb.- Learning with Synaptic Nonlinearities in a Coupled Oscillator Model of Olfactory Cortex.- Reading Between the Spikes in the Cereal Filiform Hair Receptors of the Cricket.- III: Motor Systems.- Section 6: Central Pattern Generators (CPG’s).- Dynamic Re-Wiring of CPG Circuits in a Simple Nervous System.- Modeling Neural Systems: Interactions between Mathematical Analysis, Simulation, and Experimentation in the Lamprey.- Section 7: Cortex, Cerebellum and Spinal Cord.- Positive Feedback in the Cerebro-Cerebellar Recurrent Network May Explain Rotation of Population Vectors.- Motor Organization in the Frog’s Spinal Cord.- Information Transmission in Parallel Neuronal Channels.- The Cerebellar Cortex as a Sequential Associative Memory: A Novel Structural/Functional Interpretation.- A Neuronal Model for Variable Latency Response.
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