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- Wesley H. Holliday, Johan van Benthem, Prof. Krista Lawlor, Helen Longino, Prof. Eric Pacuit, Krista Lawlor +12 others
- 2013

While magnetoencephalography (MEG) is widely used to identify spatial locations of brain activations associated with various tasks, classification of single trials in stimulus-locked experiments remains an open subject. Very significant single-trial classification results have been published using electroencephalogram (EEG) data, but in the MEG case, the… (More)

The idea that synchronized oscillations are important in cognitive tasks is receiving significant attention. In this view, single neurons are no longer elementary computational units. Rather, coherent oscillating groups of neurons are seen as nodes of networks performing cognitive tasks. From this assumption, we develop a model of stimulus-pattern learning… (More)

The work reported concerns the development of an interactive theorem-prover for the foundations of the differential and integral calculus. The mam tools are a resolution theorem-prover VERIFY, prewously developed for interactive proofs m set theory, and the symbolic computation program REDUCE. The use of REDUCE in a theorem-proving context IS described in… (More)

- Rui Wang, Marcos Perreau-Guimaraes, Claudio Carvalhaes, Patrick Suppes
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 2012

The neural mechanisms used by the human brain to identify phonemes remain unclear. We recorded the EEG signals evoked by repeated presentation of 12 American English phonemes. A support vector machine model correctly recognized a high percentage of the EEG brain wave recordings represented by their phases, which were expressed in discrete Fourier transform… (More)

$1. Introduction. In treatises or advanced textbooks on theoretical physics, it is apparent that the way mathematics is used is very different from what is to be found in books of mathematics. There is, for example, no close connection between books on analysis, on the one hand, and any classical textbook in quantum mechanics, for example, Schiff, [ 1 l],… (More)