Tutorials in Mathematical Biosciences I: Mathematical Neuroscience (Lecture Notes in Mathematics)

Tutorials in Mathematical Biosciences I: Mathematical Neuroscience (Lecture Notes in Mathematics)


This quantity introduces a few simple theories on computational neuroscience. bankruptcy 1 is a quick creation to neurons, adapted to the next chapters. bankruptcy 2 is a self-contained creation to dynamical structures and bifurcation concept, orientated in the direction of neuronal dynamics. the speculation is illustrated with a version of Parkinson's sickness. bankruptcy three studies the idea of coupled neural oscillators saw in the course of the frightened platforms in any respect degrees; it describes how oscillations come up, what development they take, and the way they depend upon excitory or inhibitory synaptic connections. bankruptcy four specializes to at least one specific neuronal process, specifically, the auditory method. It features a self-contained creation, from the anatomy and body structure of the internal ear to the neuronal network that connects the hair cells to the cortex, and describes quite a few types of subsystems.

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