An Introduction to Computational Neuroscience
by Todd Troyer
Publisher: University of Texas at San Antonio 2005
Number of pages: 181
These notes have three main objectives: (i) to present the major concepts in the field of computational neuroscience, (ii) to present the basic mathematics that underlies these concepts, and (iii) to give the reader some idea of common approaches taken by computational neuroscientists when combining (i) and (ii).
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