Neural Coding

Collins, Kenneth KPCollins at ameshome.com
Mon Oct 23 18:33:24 EST 2000


all 'coding' derives in the 3-D mapping of the neural architecture.

one of the 'difficulties' that this presents to readers in Neuroscience is
that, although the information can be garnered from reading broadly, one
must read broadly because Neuro-folks aren't familiar with the absolute
requirement to definitively describe the 3-D correlations within their
experimental designs.

they rely upon 'ancient' nomenclature that most folks interpret in
individually-unique ways, depending upon their prior experience.

Neuroscience must overcome this deficit in the nomenclature, and make
rigorous discussion of the 3-D neural architecture common practice because
all 'coding' derives in the 3-D mapping of the neural architecture.

k. p. collins (ken)


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