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Understanding the nervous system: an engineering perspective

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Understanding the nervous system: an engineering perspective
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Understanding the nervous system: an engineering perspective
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eng
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1918-
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Deutsch, Sid
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Deutsch, Alice
  • IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society.
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  • Neural conduction
  • Action potentials (Electrophysiology)
  • Nervous system
  • Biomedical engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Models, Neurological
  • Nervous System
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Understanding the nervous system: an engineering perspective
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • 1-5
  • Ion Concentrations of Excitable Tissues at Rest, p.21
  • 2.
  • SENSORY RECEPTORS, p.25
  • 2-1
  • Various Sensory Receptors, p.25
  • 2-2
  • Receptor Response Versus Stimulation, p.29
  • 3.
  • GENERATION OF THE ACTION POTENTIAL, p.40
  • 1.
  • 3-1
  • The Need for Action Potentials, p.40
  • 3-2
  • From Sensory Receptor to Neuron, p.42
  • 3-3
  • Trains of Action Potentials, p.45
  • 3-4
  • The Hodgkin-Huxley Action Potential, p.51
  • A3-1
  • A Poisson Point Process, p.56
  • EXCITABLE TISSUE
  • 4.
  • PROPAGATION OF THE ACTION POTENTIAL, p.60
  • 4-1
  • In An Unmyelinated Fiber, p.61
  • 4-2
  • Conduction Speed, p.66
  • 4-3
  • In a Myelinated Fiber, p.70
  • 4-4
  • "Photograph" of a Myelinated Fiber AP, p.75
  • 1-2
  • 5.
  • DENDRITIC SUMMATION, p.79
  • 5-1
  • Junctions, p.79
  • 5-2
  • The Dendritic Tree, p.83
  • 5-3
  • Effect of Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potentials, p.90
  • A5-1
  • A Dendrite as an RCG Cable Network, p.91
  • Various Types of Excitable Tissue, p.5
  • A5-2
  • Response to Various Input Messages, p.95
  • 1-3
  • Of Space and Time, p.10
  • 1-4
  • Excitable Tissues at Rest, p.14
  • 6-4
  • Two-Dimensional Lateral Inhibition, p.119
  • 6-5
  • Zero-Sum Lateral Inhibition, p.122
  • A6-1
  • Tabular and Taylor's Series Methods, p.126
  • 7.
  • SIMPLE NEURONAL SYSTEMS, p.130
  • 7 -1
  • A "Start-and-Step" Circuit, p.131
  • 6.
  • 7-2
  • A Circuit That Can "Blow Up", p.134
  • 7-3
  • Circuits with Inhibition, Unstable with W = 1, p.141
  • 7-4
  • Circuits with Inhibition, Stable with W = 1, p.146
  • A7-1
  • Denominator Zeros of a Linear System, p.150
  • 8.
  • SKELETAL MUSCLE CIRCUITS, p.154
  • LATERAL INHIBITION, p.103
  • 8-1
  • Some Neuroanatomical Features, p.154
  • 8-2
  • With Feedback via Annulospiral Receptor Fiber, p.158
  • 8-3
  • With Feedback Added via Flower-Spray Receptor Fiber, p.162
  • 8-4
  • With Feedback Added via Tendon Organ Receptor Fiber, p.165
  • 8-5
  • Typical Motoneuron Circuit, p.167
  • 6-1
  • 8-6
  • Clonus, p.170
  • A8-1
  • Ca1culations Relating to Annulospiral Receptor Fiber, p.173
  • A Single Stage of Lateral Inhibition, p.103
  • 6-2
  • Three Stages of Lateral Inhibition, p.110
  • 6-3
  • Two-Point Examples, p.116
  • 9-1
  • Anatomy of the Ear, p.182
  • 9-2
  • Single- Tone Response of the Basilar Membrane, p.191
  • 9-3
  • Multitone Response of the Basilar Membrane, p.201
  • 9-4
  • Signals Carried by the Acoustic Nerve, p.205
  • 9-5
  • Frequency Discrimination in the Auditory Cortex, p.210
  • A8-2
  • 9-6
  • Two-Dimensional Auditory Map, p.218
  • A9-1
  • Derivation of Tuning Curves for the Auditory System, p.220
  • 10.
  • THE EYE AS A TRANSDUCER, p.227
  • Ca1culations if Flower-Spray Receptor Fiber Is Added, p.174
  • A8-3
  • Ca1culations if Tendon Organ Receptor Fiber Is Added, p.175
  • A8-4
  • Clonus Ca1culations, p.177
  • 9.
  • THE AUDITORY SYSTEM, p.181
  • 10-5
  • Response to Flicker and Motion, p.253
  • 10-6
  • Subjectiye Color Characteristics, p.258
  • 10-7
  • The Standard Chromaticity Diagram, p.264
  • 10-8
  • Two-Dimensiona\ Color Map, p.266
  • 10-9
  • Co\or Blindness, p.273
  • 10-1
  • 10-10
  • Color Contrast Enhancement, p.275
  • 11.
  • VISUAL PATTERN RECOGNITION, NEURAL NETWORKS, AND "HOUSEHOLD CHORES", p.282
  • 11-1
  • Some Characteristics of the Visual Cortex, p.283
  • 11-2
  • One-Dimensional Model, p.289
  • 11-3
  • Topological Representation, p.303
  • Some Characteristics of the Eye, p.228
  • 11-4
  • Neural Networks That Can Learn (and Forget), p.306
  • 11-5
  • Artificial Neural Networks, p.318
  • 1 1 -6
  • Saccadic Motion and Compensation, p.334
  • 1 1-7
  • Control of Lens Opening, p.335
  • 11-8
  • Distance Accommodation, p.336
  • 10-2
  • 11-9
  • Binocular Convergence, p.338
  • 12.
  • ABOUT THE BRAIN, p.346
  • 12-1
  • Some Anatomy of the Brain, p.347
  • 12-2
  • The Cerebellum, p.350
  • 12-3
  • Electroencephalographic (EEG) Signals, p.355
  • Retinal Response to Steady Light, p.234
  • 12-4
  • Memory, p.364
  • 12-5
  • A Hypothetical Brain Model, p.370
  • 12-6
  • Determinism versus Free Will, p.377
  • 12-7
  • Consciousness, p.380
  • A12-1
  • Voltage Due to a Discharging Strip, p.384
  • 10-3
  • Contrast Enhancement, p.237
  • 10-4
  • Mach Bands, p.250
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 394 pages
Isbn
9780879422967
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Understanding the nervous system: an engineering perspective
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1-5
  • Ion Concentrations of Excitable Tissues at Rest, p.21
  • 2.
  • SENSORY RECEPTORS, p.25
  • 2-1
  • Various Sensory Receptors, p.25
  • 2-2
  • Receptor Response Versus Stimulation, p.29
  • 3.
  • GENERATION OF THE ACTION POTENTIAL, p.40
  • 1.
  • 3-1
  • The Need for Action Potentials, p.40
  • 3-2
  • From Sensory Receptor to Neuron, p.42
  • 3-3
  • Trains of Action Potentials, p.45
  • 3-4
  • The Hodgkin-Huxley Action Potential, p.51
  • A3-1
  • A Poisson Point Process, p.56
  • EXCITABLE TISSUE
  • 4.
  • PROPAGATION OF THE ACTION POTENTIAL, p.60
  • 4-1
  • In An Unmyelinated Fiber, p.61
  • 4-2
  • Conduction Speed, p.66
  • 4-3
  • In a Myelinated Fiber, p.70
  • 4-4
  • "Photograph" of a Myelinated Fiber AP, p.75
  • 1-2
  • 5.
  • DENDRITIC SUMMATION, p.79
  • 5-1
  • Junctions, p.79
  • 5-2
  • The Dendritic Tree, p.83
  • 5-3
  • Effect of Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potentials, p.90
  • A5-1
  • A Dendrite as an RCG Cable Network, p.91
  • Various Types of Excitable Tissue, p.5
  • A5-2
  • Response to Various Input Messages, p.95
  • 1-3
  • Of Space and Time, p.10
  • 1-4
  • Excitable Tissues at Rest, p.14
  • 6-4
  • Two-Dimensional Lateral Inhibition, p.119
  • 6-5
  • Zero-Sum Lateral Inhibition, p.122
  • A6-1
  • Tabular and Taylor's Series Methods, p.126
  • 7.
  • SIMPLE NEURONAL SYSTEMS, p.130
  • 7 -1
  • A "Start-and-Step" Circuit, p.131
  • 6.
  • 7-2
  • A Circuit That Can "Blow Up", p.134
  • 7-3
  • Circuits with Inhibition, Unstable with W = 1, p.141
  • 7-4
  • Circuits with Inhibition, Stable with W = 1, p.146
  • A7-1
  • Denominator Zeros of a Linear System, p.150
  • 8.
  • SKELETAL MUSCLE CIRCUITS, p.154
  • LATERAL INHIBITION, p.103
  • 8-1
  • Some Neuroanatomical Features, p.154
  • 8-2
  • With Feedback via Annulospiral Receptor Fiber, p.158
  • 8-3
  • With Feedback Added via Flower-Spray Receptor Fiber, p.162
  • 8-4
  • With Feedback Added via Tendon Organ Receptor Fiber, p.165
  • 8-5
  • Typical Motoneuron Circuit, p.167
  • 6-1
  • 8-6
  • Clonus, p.170
  • A8-1
  • Ca1culations Relating to Annulospiral Receptor Fiber, p.173
  • A Single Stage of Lateral Inhibition, p.103
  • 6-2
  • Three Stages of Lateral Inhibition, p.110
  • 6-3
  • Two-Point Examples, p.116
  • 9-1
  • Anatomy of the Ear, p.182
  • 9-2
  • Single- Tone Response of the Basilar Membrane, p.191
  • 9-3
  • Multitone Response of the Basilar Membrane, p.201
  • 9-4
  • Signals Carried by the Acoustic Nerve, p.205
  • 9-5
  • Frequency Discrimination in the Auditory Cortex, p.210
  • A8-2
  • 9-6
  • Two-Dimensional Auditory Map, p.218
  • A9-1
  • Derivation of Tuning Curves for the Auditory System, p.220
  • 10.
  • THE EYE AS A TRANSDUCER, p.227
  • Ca1culations if Flower-Spray Receptor Fiber Is Added, p.174
  • A8-3
  • Ca1culations if Tendon Organ Receptor Fiber Is Added, p.175
  • A8-4
  • Clonus Ca1culations, p.177
  • 9.
  • THE AUDITORY SYSTEM, p.181
  • 10-5
  • Response to Flicker and Motion, p.253
  • 10-6
  • Subjectiye Color Characteristics, p.258
  • 10-7
  • The Standard Chromaticity Diagram, p.264
  • 10-8
  • Two-Dimensiona\ Color Map, p.266
  • 10-9
  • Co\or Blindness, p.273
  • 10-1
  • 10-10
  • Color Contrast Enhancement, p.275
  • 11.
  • VISUAL PATTERN RECOGNITION, NEURAL NETWORKS, AND "HOUSEHOLD CHORES", p.282
  • 11-1
  • Some Characteristics of the Visual Cortex, p.283
  • 11-2
  • One-Dimensional Model, p.289
  • 11-3
  • Topological Representation, p.303
  • Some Characteristics of the Eye, p.228
  • 11-4
  • Neural Networks That Can Learn (and Forget), p.306
  • 11-5
  • Artificial Neural Networks, p.318
  • 1 1 -6
  • Saccadic Motion and Compensation, p.334
  • 1 1-7
  • Control of Lens Opening, p.335
  • 11-8
  • Distance Accommodation, p.336
  • 10-2
  • 11-9
  • Binocular Convergence, p.338
  • 12.
  • ABOUT THE BRAIN, p.346
  • 12-1
  • Some Anatomy of the Brain, p.347
  • 12-2
  • The Cerebellum, p.350
  • 12-3
  • Electroencephalographic (EEG) Signals, p.355
  • Retinal Response to Steady Light, p.234
  • 12-4
  • Memory, p.364
  • 12-5
  • A Hypothetical Brain Model, p.370
  • 12-6
  • Determinism versus Free Will, p.377
  • 12-7
  • Consciousness, p.380
  • A12-1
  • Voltage Due to a Discharging Strip, p.384
  • 10-3
  • Contrast Enhancement, p.237
  • 10-4
  • Mach Bands, p.250
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 394 pages
Isbn
9780879422967
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations

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