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Neural Computation


Terrence J. Sejnowski, Editor-in-Chief

Neural Computation disseminates important, multidisciplinary research in a field that attracts psychologists, physicists, computer scientists, neuroscientists, and artificial intelligence investigators, among others.

Table of Contents

Vol. 13, Issue 8 - August 1, 2001


Orientation, Scale, and Discontinuity as Emergent Properties of Illusory Contour Shape
pp. 1683-1711
Abstract | PDF (200.41 KB)
A Spike-Train Probability Model
pp. 1713-1720
Abstract | PDF (92.1 KB)
Orientation Tuning Properties of Simple Cells in Area V1 Derived from an Approximate Analysis of Nonlinear Neural Field Models
pp. 1721-1747
Abstract | PDF (187.91 KB)
Computational Design and Nonlinear Dynamics of a Recurrent Network Model of the Primary Visual Cortex*
pp. 1749-1780
Abstract | PDF (262.95 KB)
A Hierarchical Dynamical Map as a Basic Frame for Cortical Mapping and Its Application to Priming
pp. 1781-1810
Abstract | PDF (2.05 MB)
Dynamical Stability Conditions for Recurrent Neural Networks with Unsaturating Piecewise Linear Transfer Functions
pp. 1811-1825
Abstract | PDF (126.79 KB)
An Information-Based Neural Approach to Constraint Satisfaction
pp. 1827-1838
Abstract | PDF (107.16 KB)
Recurrence Methods in the Analysis of Learning Processes
pp. 1839-1861
Abstract | PDF (262.99 KB)
Subspace Information Criterion for Model Selection
pp. 1863-1889
Abstract | PDF (305.98 KB)
Convergent Decomposition Techniques for Training RBF Neural Networks
pp. 1891-1920
Abstract | PDF (178.49 KB)
pp. 1921-1921
Abstract | PDF (23.32 KB)