Paul S. Prueitt

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Neural network models have made significant strides in recent years toward modeling of neuropsychological data. In particular, three different research groups, including that of the present authors, have simulated in model networks some of the behavioral effects of frontal lobe damage. In this article we review these models and discuss their significance in(More)
Str ongly coupled, dissipative systems of planar rot ators are considered wit h the dynami cs described by t he au tonomous system dr.p j dt = ~ +1I(r.p) where the nonlinear cou pling r dep en ds on th e pltas c differences i:-<Pj of N rot ators. It is pointed ou t that th e simplest mechanism of the asymptotic synchronization in such systems can be(More)
This paper develops the conjecture that the object-oriented paradigm is the best available modeling paradigm for creating compu'mtional models of the subsystems of the human brain. This conjecture ties together the two main themes of this paper, linking the object-oriented paradigm with neural networks via the dynamicat system and the emergence of a new(More)
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