Applying Statistical Methods to Neuron Modeling
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Thu Jan 22 02:44:45 EST 2004
On 20 Jan 2004 01:09:39 -0800, y.k.y at lycos.com (yan king yin) wrote:
} I think it's possible to apply statistical methods
} to highly realistic single-neuron models (such as
} NEURON or GENESIS) and thus automatically obtain
} *simplified* single-neuron models. The statistical
} methods include:
} 1. dimensionality reduction
} 2. nonlinear regression
} and a plethora of tools I've just discovered from
} books recently. If this is possible, then we can
} start to talk about dendritic integration in
} quantitative terms, with the simplified equations.
} Has anyone done this?
Brain and Perception: Holonomy and Structure in Figural Processing
Karl H. Pribram
Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc; (August 1991)
Particularly the appendicies, co-authored by Jibu and Yasue, and by
Basil Hiley, previously partner to David Bohm with whom Pribram
started work on this theory.
The "simplification" is in terms of Schoedinger equations and Gabor's
information equations used to describe holography.
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