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by Konstantin Baev

ePub Biological Neural Networks Hierachial Concept of Brain Function download
Author:
Konstantin Baev
ISBN13:
978-3764338596
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3764338598
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Publisher:
Birkhauser Verlag AG (December 1998)
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Engineering
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This book is devoted to a novel conceptual theoretical framework of neuro­ science and is an attempt to show that we can postulate . Learning in Artificial and Biological Neural Networks.

This book is devoted to a novel conceptual theoretical framework of neuro­ science and is an attempt to show that we can postulate a very small number of assumptions and utilize their heuristics to explain a very large spectrum of brain phenomena. The major assumption made in this book is that. The major assumption made in this book is that inborn and acquired neural automatisms are generated according to the same func tional principles

A new concept of brain functions is proposed. Biological Neural Networks: Hierarchical Concept of Brain Function.

A new concept of brain functions is proposed. According to it, the brain is a hierarchy of neural optimal control systems where each level possesses a dynamic model of its controlled object; this can be a lower control level in the CNS or an executive organ. A New Conceptual Understanding of Brain Function: Basic Mechanisms of Brain-Initiated Normal and Pathological Behaviors.

by Konstantin V. Baev. This book is devoted to a novel conceptual theoretical framework of neuro­ science and is an attempt to show that we can postulate a very small number of assumptions and utilize their heuristics to explain a very large spectrum of brain phenomena. The major assumption made in this book is that inborn and acquired neural automatisms are generated according to the same func­ tional principles. Accordingly, the principles that have been revealed experi­ mentally to govern inborn motor automatisms, such as locomotion and scratching, are used to elucidate the nature of acquired or learned automat­.

Автор: Konstantin V. Baev Название: Biological Neural Networks: Hierarchical Concept of Brain .

Biological Neural Network. has been added to your Cart. Karl A. Greene in the foreword asserted that after reading this book, one will never look at neurobiology and the human brain quite the same again, and I fully concur. Baev introduces a modular framework that fuses neurobiology with control theory and opens the portals for artificial intelligence to enter. Unleashing the powers of hierarchical modeling, his monograph presents a thoroughly conceptualized and truly captivating approach to understanding the functioning of the human brain.

Biological Neural Networks" presents a novel conceptual framework for neurobiology achieved by the application of control theory. This new paradigm provides unifying principles for understanding the functional construction of the nervous system

Biological Neural Networks" presents a novel conceptual framework for neurobiology achieved by the application of control theory. This new paradigm provides unifying principles for understanding the functional construction of the nervous system. Konstantin Baev argues forcefully that all hierarchical levels of the nervous system are built according to the same functional principles, which are shown to underlie the highest forms of brain function.

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Biological Neural Networks: Hierarchical Concept of Brain Function. 1 Limitations of Analytical Mechanistic Approaches to Biological Neural Networks. . Inborn Automatic Behaviors From the Point of View of Classical Theory.

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    One of my favorite passages from this book:

    "the achievements of molecular biology in the twentieth century proved conclusively that it is not necessary to propose that life processes arise from some nonmaterial vital principle and cannot be explained entirely as physical and chemical phenomena. [E.g.] biological neural networks are created by nature, and the laws of nature should be applicable to them [p.003]."

    -r.c.

  • Karl A. Greene in the foreword asserted that after reading this book, one will never look at neurobiology and the human brain quite the same again, and I fully concur. Baev introduces a modular framework that fuses neurobiology with control theory and opens the portals for artificial intelligence to enter. Unleashing the powers of hierarchical modeling, his monograph presents a thoroughly conceptualized and truly captivating approach to understanding the functioning of the human brain. Two thumbs up, I had to read this book five times to fully understand it, but I enjoyed it every single time.