A Large-Scale Model of the Functioning Brain

@article{Eliasmith2012ALM,
  title={A Large-Scale Model of the Functioning Brain},
  author={C. Eliasmith and T. Stewart and Xuan Choo and Trevor Bekolay and T. DeWolf and Y. Tang and Daniel Rasmussen},
  journal={Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={338},
  pages={1202 - 1205}
}
Modeling the Brain Neurons are pretty complicated cells. They display an endless variety of shapes that sprout highly variable numbers of axons and dendrites; they sport time- and voltage-dependent ion channels along with an impressive array of neurotransmitter receptors; and they connect intimately with near neighbors as well as former neighbors who have since moved away. Simulating a sizeable chunk of brain tissue has recently become achievable, thanks to advances in computer hardware and… Expand
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