Modeling in the neurosciences : from biological systems to neuromimetic robotics / edited by G.N. Reeke. [and others].

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Book
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English
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2nd ed.
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Boca Raton, Fla. : Taylor & Francis, 2005.
Description
1 online resource (742 p.)

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Computational models of neural networks have proven insufficient to accurately model brain function, mainly as a result of simplifications that ignore the physical reality of neuronal structure in favor of mathematically tractable algorithms and rules. Even the more biologically based ""integrate and fire"" and ""compartmental"" styles of modeling suffer from oversimplification in the former case and excessive discretization in the second. This book introduces an integrative approach to modeling neurons and neuronal circuits that retains the integrity of the biological units at all hierarchica
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Previous edition: 1999.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 647-704) and index.
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English
Contents
  • Front cover; Contents; Preface to the Second Edition; Contributors; Foreword; About the Editors; 1 Introduction to Modeling in the Neurosciences; 2 Patterns of Genetic Interactions: Analysis of mRNA Levels from cDNA Microarrays; 3 Calcium Signaling in Dendritic Spines; 4 Physiological and Statistical Approaches to Modeling of Synaptic Responses; 5 Natural Variability in the Geometry of Dendritic Branching Patterns; 6 Multicylinder Models for Synaptic and Gap-Junctional Integration; 7 Voltage Transients in Branching Multipolar Neurons with Tapering Dendrites and Sodium Channels
  • 8 Analytical Solutions of the Frankenhaeuser-Huxley Equations Modified for Dendritic Backpropagation of a Single SodiumSpike9 Inverse Problems for Some Cable Models of Dendrites; 10 Equivalent Cables - Analysis and Construction; 11 The Representation of Three-Dimensional Dendritic Structure by a One-Dimensional Model - The Conventional Cable Equation as the First Member of a Hierarchy of Equations; 12 Simulation Analyses of Retinal Cell Responses; 13 Modeling Intracellular Calcium: Diffusion, Dynamics, and Domains; 14 Ephaptic Interactions Between Neurons; 15 Cortical Pyramidal Cells
  • 16 Semi-Quantitative Theory of Bistable Dendrites with Potential-Dependent Facilitation of Inward Current17 Bifurcation Analysis of the Hodgkin-Huxley Equations; 18 Highly Efficient Propagation of Random Impulse Trains Across Unmyelinated Axonal Branch Points:Modifications by Periaxonal K+ Accumulation and Sodium Channel Kinetics; 19 Dendritic Integration in a Two-Neuron Recurrent Excitatory Network Model; 20 Spike-Train Analysis for Neural Systems; 21 The Poetics of Tremor; 22 Principles and Methods in the Analysis of Brain Networks
  • 23 The Darwin Brain-Based Automata: Synthetic Neural Models and Real-World Devices24 Toward Neural Robotics: From Synthetic Models to Neuromimetic Implementations; Bibliography; Index; Back cover
ISBN
  • 0-429-22068-5
  • 1-134-33338-2
  • 1-280-34844-5
  • 9786610348442
  • 1-4200-2334-9
  • 0-203-39097-0
OCLC
  • 437055841
  • 64668439
Doi
  • 10.1201/9780203390979
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