Good reasons for not posting to b.n
tbd at neuro
Mon Aug 5 18:29:02 EST 1991
In article <30288 at uflorida.cis.ufl.EDU> cwt at swamp.cis.ufl.edu (Carl Turner) writes:
>In article <22610 at duke.cs.duke.edu> tbd at neuro.duke.edu (Tristan Davies) writes:
>>This group has been really DEAD for the last couple of weeks. Is everyone
>>on vacation or something? I hope you're all having a good time!
>Well, alright, it sounds like YOU have a good excuse...what about the rest
>of you? If you are working on something this summer then perhaps you wouldn't
>mind describing you work in Words < 500.
>Me, I found a few articles on mathematical models of memory (e.g., Estes,
>1986; Smith & Medin, 1981) and I'm implementing them in LISP. Next week
>I'm going to Key West.
Now, what the dickens does Key West have to do with modeling memory??
At least *I* can clain my trip to New Orleans in November as business, since
I'm going to the Society for Neuroscience meeting! Or at least that's
what everybody thinks ;^)
On a more serious note, how do you model memory? Are you trying to
model it on a cellular level, or in a more theoretical way? I've dabbled
in the field a little, since I wrote a paper on how hippocampal neurons
are involved in mapping the outside world for a course last year.
e-mail: tbd at neuro.duke.edu
Department of Neurobiology, Duke University Medical Center
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