Encyclopedia of computational neuroscience: The end of the second millennium

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (4):534-535 (2000)
Arbib et al. describe mathematical and computational models in neuroscience as well as neuroanatomy and neurophysiology of several important brain structures. This is a useful guide to mathematical and computational modelling of the structure and function of nervous system. The book highlights the need to develop a theory of brain functioning, and it offers some useful approaches and concepts.
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