Parallel distributed processing and neural networks: origins, methodology and cognitive functions.

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Parallel Distributed Processing (PDP), a computational methodology with origins in Associationism, is used to provide empirical information regarding neurobiological systems. Recently, supercomputers have enabled neuroscientists to model brain behavior-relationships. An overview of supercomputer architecture demonstrates the advantages of parallel over… (More)

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@article{Parks1991ParallelDP, title={Parallel distributed processing and neural networks: origins, methodology and cognitive functions.}, author={Randolph W. Parks and Douglas L. Long and Daniel S. Levine and Damon Crockett and Edith G. McGeer and Patrick L. Mcgeer and Irene E. Dalton and Ronald F. Zec and Robert E. Becker and Kerry L. Coburn}, journal={The International journal of neuroscience}, year={1991}, volume={60 3-4}, pages={195-214} }