In article <6uvqbb$ehv at pmsnnews.best.ms.philips.com>,
rstorm at best.ms.philips.com says...
>>I'm trying to develop computer models of biological Neural Networks.
>But, because I don't know much about neuroscience (the more about computer
>science) I have some
>questions about the different parts of a brain (especially mammalian).
>>I would like to know more information on networks and neurons in different
>parts of the brain like:
>Basal Ganglia (Striatum),
>(These are, by the way, parts of Non-Mammalian brains. I dont know what
>differences there are with mammals)
>>What I like to know is how do the neurons work individually in each of these
>parts, and how do they
>interact with each other (how are the networks put together).
Gee, you're not asking much, are you? A lot of us would like to know that -
that's why we're in the lab doing experiments. But, let me recommend a book to
you: Gordon Shepherd's "The Synaptic Organization of the Brain."
- Hannah Dvorak-Carbone