Of the Evolution of the Brain
by Allessandro Treves, Yasser Roudi
Publisher: SISSA 2010
Number of pages: 50
We review the common themes, the network models and the mathematical formalism underlying our recent studies about different stages in the evolution of the human brain. These studies all discuss the evolution of cortical networks in terms of their computations, quantified by simulating simplified formal models.
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