Neurophysiological Models: Methods and Applications.

by Donald H. Perkel

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A summary of research in neurophysiological models done at RAND during 1963. The author describes computer programs used to simulate certain activities of nerve cells and networks. Outlined are some applications of these programs to experimental questions in neurophysiology. A summary of research in neurophysiological models done at RAND during 1963. The author describes computer programs used to simulate certain activities of nerve cells and networks. Outlined are some applications of these programs to experimental questions in neurophysiology. 63 pp

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