I recall some years ago coming across a book, a collection of neuroscience
papers, that looked very worthwhile. The problem is, now that I'd like to
get a copy, I can't remember the title, or the authors, or even the
publication year. Not too smart, eh?
So I'm hoping this will sound familiar to someone: the copy I saw was
paperback, had (I think) a blueish or teal colored cover, and contained,
among other things, famous papers from Hubel & Wiesel, Hodgkin & Huxley, and
many others. It was a thick book (probably 2-3 inches thick).
Does this ring a bell with anyone?
Sorry for making such a lame posting, but I'd like to track down this book.
Mike Hucka hucka at umich.eduhttp://www.eecs.umich.edu/~hucka University
PhD to be, computational models of human visual processing (AI Lab) of
UNIX systems administrator & programmer/analyst (EECS DCO) Michigan