From neurobiological to computational models - State of the art?
Richard E. Myers
rmyers at ics.uci.edu
Fri Jun 18 13:07:37 EST 1993
> I need your precious help to find out what is the state of the art
> in neuromodelling of the human brain AND derivation from the neurological
> model of "practical", computer-oriented, artificial neural network
I recommend that you to a look at the work of Gary Lynch and Richard
Granger. I've include below some references to their work.
1. Gluck MA; Granger R.
Computational models of the neural bases of learning and memory.
Annual Review of Neuroscience, 1993, 16:667-706.
Pub type: Journal Article; Review; Review, Academic.
2. Ambros-Ingerson J; Granger R; Lynch G.
Simulation of paleocortex performs hierarchical clustering.
Science, 1990 Mar 16, 247(4948):1344-8.
ABSTRACT available. (UI: 90193697)
3. Granger R; Lynch G.
Higher olfactory processes: perceptual learning and memory.
Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 1991 Aug, 1(2):209-14.
ABSTRACT available. (UI: 92330264)
Pub type: Journal Article; Review; Review, Tutorial.
4. Anton PS; Lynch G; Granger R.
Computation of frequency-to-spatial transform by olfactory bulb glomeruli.
Biological Cybernetics, 1991, 65(5):407-14.
ABSTRACT available. (UI: 92075782)
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