What is computational neuroscience?

robert bronsing bronsing at anat.fgg.eur.nl
Fri Mar 16 04:41:13 EST 2001

"Arthur T. Murray" wrote:
> Computational neuroscience is the field of neuroscience when it
> is treated of in the computational environment, in such endeavors
> as computerized axial tomography (CAT) machines for brainscans,
> positron electron transmission(?) (PET) scans for locating neural
> phenomena by such clues as higher oxygen consumption; neural
> modelling with neural nets in software, and so forth.

PET : Positron Emitting Tomography

Robert Bronsing

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