Basic theories for neuroinformatics and neurocomputing

@article{Wang2013BasicTF,
  title={Basic theories for neuroinformatics and neurocomputing},
  author={Yingxu Wang},
  journal={2013 IEEE 12th International Conference on Cognitive Informatics and Cognitive Computing},
  year={2013},
  pages={3-4}
}
  • Yingxu Wang
  • Published 16 July 2013
  • Psychology, Computer Science, Biology
  • 2013 IEEE 12th International Conference on Cognitive Informatics and Cognitive Computing
Summary form only given. A fundamental challenge for almost all scientific disciplines is to explain how natural intelligence is generated by physiological organs and what the logical model of the brain is beyond its neural architectures. According to cognitive informatics and abstract intelligence, the exploration of the brain is a complicated recursive problem where contemporary denotational mathematics is needed to efficiently deal with it. Cognitive psychology and medical science were used… 

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