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Conventional stereotactic surgery has been utilized primarily for intracranial neuro-surgical procedures. Despite their utility, head-frame systems are restrictive and often inconvenient, thus they have not proved applicable for neurotologic surgery. Recently frameless stereotactic navigational systems have been developed that employ three-dimensional… (More)
In a pioneering classic, Warren McCulloch and Walter Pitts proposed a model of the central nervous system; motivated by EEG recordings of normal brain activity, Chvátal and Goldsmith asked whether or not this model can be engineered to provide pseudorandom number generators. We supply evidence suggesting that the answer is negative.
In a pioneering classic, Warren McCulloch and Walter Pitts proposed a model of the central nervous system. Motivated by EEG recordings of normal brain activity, Chvátal and Goldsmith asked whether these dynamical systems can be engineered to produce trajectories that are irregular, disorderly, and apparently unpredictable. We show that they cannot build… (More)
Motivated by EEG recordings of normal brain activity, we construct arbitrarily large McCulloch-Pitts neural networks that, without any external input, make every subset of their neurons fire in some iteration (and therefore in infinitely many iterations).
C~rrentlY' co~hlear impla~tation is a very excitIng, expandIng, and rapIdly changing field of otology. My opinion and earnest hope is that several new developments will take place in the early twenty-first century. In this article, I focus on the shortversus long-electrode controversy in some detail as it relates to implantation for deafness and then… (More)