BioInformation Processing: A Primer on Computational Cognitive Science



  • James K. Peterson, “BioInformation Processing: A Primer on Computational Cognitive Science”
    2016 | ISBN-10: 9812878696 | 570 pages | EPUB | 3.2 MB

    This book shows how mathematics, computer science and science can be usefully and seamlessly intertwined. It begins with a general model of cognitive processes in a network of computational nodes, such as neurons, using a variety of tools from mathematics, computational science and neurobiology. It then moves on to solve the diffusion model from a low-level random walk point of view. It also demonstrates how this idea can be used in a new approach to solving the cable equation, in order to better understand the neural computation approximations. It introduces specialized data for emotional content, which allows a brain model to be built using MatLab tools, and also highlights a simple model of cognitive dysfunction.

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