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Mathematical neurobiology

John Stanley Griffith

Mathematical neurobiology

an introduction to the mathematics of the nervous system.

by John Stanley Griffith

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Published by Academic Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human information processing,
  • Nervous system -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 148-157.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 161 p. illus. ;
    Number of Pages161
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20023997M

    These lectures will largely be devoted to the study of mathematical problems originating in the work of A. L. Hodgkin and A. F. Huxley, who, in , proposed a set of partial differential equations to describe the transmission of an electrical impulse by a nerve axon [2], [3].Cited by: 1. This volume contains lectures presented at the 15th annual meeting on mathematical biology, organized by a joint AMS-SIAM committee, as part of the mathematical activities at the annual AAAS meeting, held January 7, , in Washington, D.C. The meeting was devoted to neurobiology, and was very ably organized by Robert M. Miura.

    A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Jürgen Jost. The Institute of Mathematical Problems of Biology RAS (Russian: Институт математических проблем биологии) is a research institute specializing in computational biology and objective of the institute is elaboration of mathematical and computational methods for biological research, as well as implementation of these methods directly Affiliations: Russian Academy of Sciences.

    Introduction to Theoretical Neurobiology. Volume 1: Linear Cable Theory and Dendritic Structure Henry C. Tuckwell; and develops mathematical theories for the way neurons respond to the various stimuli they receive. Volume 1 contains descriptions and analyses of the principal mathematical models that have been developed for neurons in the Cited by: springer, Mathematical models can be used to meet many of the challenges and opportunities offered by modern biology. The description of biological phenomena requires a range of mathematical theories. This is the case particularly for the emerging field of systems biology. Mathematical Methods in Biology and Neurobiology introduces and develops these .


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: Mathematical neurobiology: An introduction to the mathematics of the nervous system (): Griffith, J. S: BooksCited by: Mathematical Neuroscience is a book for mathematical biologists seeking to discover the complexities of brain dynamics in an integrative way. It is the first research monograph devoted exclusively to the theory and methods of nonlinear analysis of infinite systems based on functional analysis techniques arising in modern mathematics.

The title of the book is "Mathematical foundations of Neuroscience", and it has almost all the mathematical techniques used in Neuroscience with good examples. The book is good to have as a reference to applications of mathematics in Neuroscience but not as a learning guide for mathematics involved (I would really not suggest it).Cited by: Mathematical Methods in Biology and Neurobiology introduces and develops these mathematical structures and methods in a systematic manner.

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textbooks on mathematical or theoretical neuroscience were available. Wilson’s book covers similar material to our chapterswith more examples, and emphasizes nonlinear dynamical models of the type introduced in chapter 2.

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London, New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) The Journal of Mathematical Neuroscience (JMN) publishes research articles on the mathematical modeling and analysis of all areas of neuroscience, i.e., the study of the nervous system and its dysfunctions.

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