Presents research and theory from the disciplines that provide the foundation for the field: neurobiology, physics, computer science, electrical engineeri mathematics, and psychology. Shows how neural networks and neurocomputing represent radical departures from conventional approaches to digital c
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Edited by Steven F. Zornetzer, Clifford Lau, Thomas M. McKenna and Joel L. DavisReview:
AThis book is good value, especially in paperback form, and will be of particular interest to those interested in both neurobiology and in the technological applications and implementations of neural computation."
"This volume is a collection of papers on neural networkd (real and artificial) edited by staff members of the Office of Naval Research (ONR). ONR has been a major supporter of research in this area for many years and the editors have directly overseen some of the work described in this book, making them especially qualified to organize this collection. The chapters themselves are authored by talented individuals in neuroscience, engineering, physics, psychology, computer science and mathematics, making the books genuinely multidisciplinary in nature... This collection of papers does provide a good intermediate-level introduction to many important research topics in neuroscience and engineering, and would be quite useful to individuals interested in those areas."
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