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Neural Networks, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1968 Proceedings of the School on Neural Networks June 1967 in Ravello

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateur : Caianiello E. R.

Couverture de l’ouvrage Neural Networks
Sciences may be nowadays grouped into three classes, having as their subjects of study respectively Matter, Life and Intelligence. That "Intelligence" may be studied in a quantitative manner is a discovery of our age, not less significant in many ways than the 17th ceiltury realization that celestial phenomena are of one and the same nature as terrestrial and all other physical accidents. As the latter was accomplished through and accompanied by a major revolution in philosophy and method, so is now the scientific investigation of intelligent phenomena - although harely begun - already causing an unprecedented revolution in all our previous conceptions as mind and machine, society and organization. What electronic com­ puters have already accomplished in disclosing perspectives to sciences and imposing new approached to management is but a negligible change, if compared to those yet in store, which will closely follow the understanding of the many as yet unknown functional principles which make nervous systems act and react the way they do. The study of Neural Networks is the key point in the systematic quantitative investigation of such phenomena. With patience and humility, neuroanatomists and physiologists try to connect structure with function in systems of neurons which are "simple" enough to be studied with the extant techniques, either because of the paucity of their elements or because of the high degree of symmetry these possess (e. g.
Synaptic Activity at Dendritic Locations: Theory and Experiment.- On Fields of Inhibitory Influence in a Neural Network.- Upper and Lower Levels of the Auditory System: A Contrast of Structure and Function.- On Chiasms.- Some Ideas on Information Processing in the Cerebellum.- The Importance of ‘Landmarks’ for Visual Perception.- Logic and Closed Loops for a Computer Junket to Mars.- Neural Networks: Reverberations, Constants of Motion, General Behavior.- Probabilistic Description of Neurons.- Models of Certain Nonlinear Systems.- Diffusion Models for the Stochastic Activity of Neurons.- Statistical Approach to the Study of Neuronal Networks.- A Fundamental Consideration on Pattern Recognizers.- Multilayer and Multilevel Control Structures.- On the Mathematics of Model Building.- A Statistical Clock.- Statistical Mechanics of Nervous Nets.

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