In news:atsc02$8oj$1 at piggy.rz.tu-ilmenau.de, schriebselte Werner Horn:
>> as is known neurons are joined by possibly thousands of synapses.
> But how many neurons in human brain typically supply any neuron?
>What exactly do you mean by supply? It has been suggested (or rather:
calculated) that the neuronal network is so dense that any neuron is
connected to any other over a maximum of seven further neurons. Mail me for