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Neural Computation and the Computational Theory of Cognition
We begin by distinguishing computationalism from a number of other theses that are sometimes conflated with it. We also distinguish between several important kinds of computation: computation in aExpand
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Prevalence of Rate-Dependent Behaviors in Cardiac Muscle
Spatiotemporal complexity can degrade the performance of dynamical systems. Recent research has focused on the control of complexity in biological systems, where a loss of performance can be deadlyExpand
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Blood volume and hemoglobin oxygenation response following electrical stimulation of human cortex
Our understanding of perfusion-based human brain mapping techniques relies on a detailed knowledge of the relationship between neuronal activity and cerebrovascular hemodynamics. We performed opticalExpand
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Phase synchronization and stochastic resonance effects in the crayfish caudal photoreceptor.
We study the nonlinear response of the crayfish caudal photoreceptor to periodic mechanical stimuli in terms of stochastic synchronization. The amplitude and frequency of the mechanical stimuli andExpand
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Transitions between multistable states as a model of epileptic seizure dynamics.
Epileptic seizures are generally considered to result from excess and synchronized neural activity. Additionally, changes in amplitude and frequency are often seen in local field potential orExpand
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Stochastic resonance and the evolution of Daphnia foraging strategy.
Search strategies are currently of great interest, with reports on foraging ranging from albatrosses and spider monkeys to microzooplankton. Here, we investigate the role of noise in optimizingExpand
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Random walk analysis of ranging patterns of sympatric langurs in a complex resource landscape
The identification of random walk models to characterize the movement patterns of social groups of primates, and the behavioral processes that give rise to such movement patterns, remain openExpand
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Experimental control of a chaotic point process using interspike intervals
A physical point process generated by passing a continuous, deterministic, chaotic signal through an integrate-and-fire device is controlled using proportional feedback incorporating only the timeExpand
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Physical constraints and the evolution of different foraging strategies in aquatic space
Optimal balance between energy usage and feeding is crucial to an animal's fitness, and thus is a driving force in the evolution of species. Animals show varieties of different foraging strategies,Expand
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