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Jacques.Brisson at HEC.CA Jacques.Brisson at HEC.CA
Wed Jun 15 16:10:43 EST 1994

>>In article <69342 at sdcc12.ucsd.edu> wsun at jeeves.ucsd.edu (Fiberman) writes:
>>Can anyone recommend a textbook introducing neural networks and
>>how they model real nervous systems?  Thanks for the help.
>Sure, as far as I know there is only one:
>Churchland and Sejnowski, "The Computational Brain"
>you may also want to look through P. Churchland's original
>book "Neurophilosophy" if you are interested in higher systems.
>It's a little dated, but since it is paperback now, it's pretty
The Computational Brain is also available now in paperback ($19.95US).
Also look forward to "Large-Scale Neuronal Theories of the Brain" by 
Christof Koch and Joel Davis.

| JACQUES BRISSON              Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC)  |
|                              5255 Decelles (QM3333-S610)                 |
| Jacques.Brisson at hec.ca       Montreal, Quebec, CANADA, H3T 1V6           |
| ...for the first time, it seems there may be hope of putting the slice   |
| back in the brain, not by the art of transplantation, but by the art of  |
| of computation.                                                          |
|                 B.L. Mc Naughton                                         |

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