1 edition of Computational models of learning in simple neural systems found in the catalog.
Computational models of learning in simple neural systems
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Robert D. Hawkins and Gordon H. Bower.|
|Series||Psychology of learning and motivation -- v.23|
|Contributions||Hawkins, Robert, Bower, Gordon H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 321 p. :|
|Number of Pages||321|
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All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations. Contents: Quantitative modeling of synaptic plasticity / David C. Tam and Donald H. Perkel --Computational capabilities of single neurons: relationship to simple forms of associative Computational models of learning in simple neural systems book nonassociative learning in Aplysia / John H.
Byrne, Kevin J. Gingrich and Douglas A. Computational models of learning in simple neural systems. San Diego: Academic Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: R D Hawkins; Gordon H Bower.
Specifically, it discusses models that span different brain regions (hippocampus, amygdala, basal ganglia, visual cortex), different species (humans, rats, fruit flies), and different modeling methods (neural network, Bayesian, reinforcement learning, data fitting, and Hodgkin-Huxley models, among others).
Computational Models of Brain and. Spiking neural systems have long been considered a not-so-much-easy to understand or grasp compared to other neural models as it focuses on accommodating non-linear dynamic properties of the neural cell recorded in laboratory to arguably provide a more accurate biological model.
But this book has it well presented and thought by: Neural systems models are elegant conceptual tools that provide satisfying insight into brain function.
The goal of this new book is to make these tools accessible. It is written specifically for students in neuroscience, cognitive science, and related areas who want to learn about neural systems modeling but lack extensive background in Cited by: History.
The term 'computational neuroscience' was introduced by Eric L. Schwartz, who organized a conference, held in in Carmel, California, at the request of the Systems Development Foundation to provide a summary of the current status of a field which until that point was referred to by a variety of names, such as neural modeling, brain theory and neural networks.
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At the heart of the field are its models, that is, mathematical and computational descriptions of the system being studied, which map sensory stimuli to neural responses and/or neural to behavioral by: Hebbian learning. In the late s, D. Hebb created a learning hypothesis based on the mechanism of neural plasticity that became known as Hebbian n learning is unsupervised evolved into models for long-term chers started applying these ideas to computational models in with Turing's B-type machines.
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This chapter uses a four-part framework of knowledge, learner, assessment, and community (Bransford et al., ) to discuss design considerations for building a computational model of learning. A teaching simulation—simSchool—helps illustrate selected psychological, physical, and cognitive models and how intelligence can be represented in Cited by: 3.
Computational Psychiatry: Mathematical Modeling of Mental Illness is the first systematic effort to bring together leading scholars in the fields of psychiatry and computational neuroscience who have conducted the most impactful research and scholarship in this area.
It includes an introduction outlining the challenges and opportunities facing. Introduction. In artificial intelligence (AI), new advances make it possible that artificial neural networks (ANNs) learn to solve complex problems in a reasonable amount of time (LeCun et al., ).To the computational neuroscientist, ANNs are theoretical vehicles that aid in the understanding of neural information processing ().These networks can take the form of the rate-based models that Cited by: Neural systems models are elegant conceptual tools that provide satisfying insight into brain function.
The goal of this new book is to make these tools accessible. It is written specifically for students in neuroscience, cognitive science, and related areas who want to learn about neural systems modeling but lack extensive background in mathematics and computer book opens with.
In part three of the Artificial Neural Networks Handbook series, explore a biological background of ANNs and a comparison of conventional computational techniques. All the major popular neural network models and statistical learning approaches are covered with examples and exercises in every chapter to develop a practical working understanding of the content.
Each of the twenty-five chapters includes state-of-the-art descriptions and important research results on the respective topics.The author has carefully constructed a clear comparison of classical learning algorithms and their quantum counterparts, thus making differences in computational complexity and learning performance apparent.
This book synthesizes of a broad array of research into a manageable and concise presentation, with practical examples and applications.This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 10th International Work-Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, IWANNheld in Salamanca, Spain in June The revised full papers p.