Theoretical Mechanics of Biological Neural Networks develops an
engineering science for the description of neuroclectric signalling
of biological neural networks in terms of the underlying
neurobiological mechanisms. The primary theoretical contribution of
the book is to show how to describe the co-ordinated electrical
activity of arbitrarily complex neural networks in terms of a
single governing principle ' for each significant component in the
same way that Newton's formulation of classical mechanics allows
one to express force-motion relationships for arbitrarily complex
mechanical systems in terms of one fundamental principle of motion
for each constituent element.;Practically, the book shows how to
generate mathematical and computational representations Of' the
co-ordinated electrical activity of neural networks, ranging from
individual neurons to composite systems of interconnected networks.
Complete listings of several general purpose computer programs
embodying the theory are included in the book.
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