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Biological Neural Networks: Hierarchical Concept of Brain Function [electronic resource]

  • Baev, Konstantin V. author.
  • 1998
Biological Neural Networks: Hierarchical Concept of Brain Function [electronic resource]
  • 자료유형
    단행본
  • 서명/저자사항
    Biological Neural Networks: Hierarchical Concept of Brain Function[electronic resource] / by Konstantin V. Baev.
  • 개인저자
    Baev, Konstantin V., author.
  • 단체저자
    SpringerLink (Online service)
  • 형태사항
    XXXVIII, 273 p. : online resource.
  • 내용주기
    1 Limitations of Analytical Mechanistic Approaches to Biological Neural Networks -- 1.1 Inborn Automatic Behaviors From the Point of View of Classical Theory -- 1.2 Learning from the Point of View of Classical Theory -- 2 The Control Theory Approach to Biological Neural Networks -- 2.1 A Brief Historical Review of the Development of Automatic Control Theory -- 2.2 Basic Concepts of Control Theory -- 2.3 Computational Abilities of Biological Neural Networks -- 2.4 Broadening the Concept of Automatism: Inborn Automatisms and Acquired Habits -- 2.5 How Can Control Theory Concepts Be Applied to Biological Neural Networks? -- 3 A Central Pattern Generator Includes A Model of Controlled Object: An Experimental Proof -- 4 The Spinal Motor Optimal Control System -- 4.1 Sensory Information Processing in the Spinal Motor Control System -- 4.2 The Essence of the Internal Model of the Controlled Object -- 4.3 The Internal Representation of the Controlled Object Phase State -- 4.4 The Principal Features of the Neural Organization of Internal Representations of the Controlled Object State and Its Model -- 4.5 Neural Mechanisms for Calculating the Most Probable Current State of the Controlled Object -- 5 Generalizing the Concept of a Neural Optimal Control System: A Generic Neural Optimal Control System -- 6 Learning in Artificial and Biological Neural Networks -- 6.1 The Problem of Learning in Neurocomputing -- 6.2 Basic Principles of Learning in Biological Neural Networks -- 7 The Hierarchy of Neural Control Systems -- 8 Application of the Concept of Optimal Control Systems to Inborn Motor Automatisms in Various Animal Species -- 8.1 The Principle of Motor Automatism Initiation -- 8.2 Invertebrate Central Pattern Generators from the Perspective of the Optimal Control System -- 8.3 Vertebrate Central Pattern Generators from the Perspective of the Optimal Control System -- 8.4 The Phenomenon of Entrainment of Central Rhythms -- 8.5 A Generator is a Learning System! -- 9 The Stretch-Reflex System -- 10 The Cerebellum -- 10.1 The Semantics of Cerebellar Inputs -- 10.2 How the Cerebellum Learns to Coordinate Movements -- 11 The Skeletomotor Cortico-Basal Ganglia-Thalamocortical Circuit -- 11.1 An Anatomical Survey of Cortico-Basal Ganglia-Thalamocortical Circuits -- 11.2 What is Modeled by the Skeletomotor Basal Ganglia-Thalamocortical Circuit? -- 11.3 An Error Distribution System -- 11.4 Clinical Applications of the Theory -- 12 The Limbic System -- 12.1 Associated Automatisms -- 12.2 Specificity of Control Tasks: General Considerations -- 12.3 Functions of Different Limbic Structures -- 13 The Prefrontal Cortex -- 13.1 Means for Further Evolutionary Improvements -- 13.2 Prefrontal Cortico-Basal Ganglia-Thalamocortical Loops -- 14 Conclusion -- 14.1 The Variety of Memory Mechanisms in the Brain -- 14.2 Non-Neuronal Network Cellular and Molecular Systems -- 14.3 Evolution and Learning Processes -- 14.4 Self-Applicability of the Theory and Its Application to Other Sciences -- 14.5 Future of Neurobiology for Physicists -- 14.6 Artificial Intelligence and Future Neurocomputers -- References -- 1 The Main Properties of Sensory Information Sources and Channels -- 2 Functioning of the Internal Model of the Controlled Object -- 3 The Spinal Optimal Motor Control System as a Neural Network -- Abbreviations.
  • 일반주제명
    Medicine.
    Neurosciences.
    Neurology.
    Artificial intelligence.
    Neurobiology.
    Biomedicine.
    Neurosciences.
    Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics).
    Neurobiology.
    Neurology.
  • 기본자료 저록
    Springer eBooks
  • 기타형태 저록
    Printed edition: 9781461286523
  • ISBN
    9781461241003
  • 언어
    영어