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Prenatal genesis of connections subserving ocular dominance in the rhesus monkey

@inproceedings{May2003PrenatalGO,
  title={Prenatal genesis of connections subserving ocular dominance in the rhesus monkey},
  author={R. May},
  year={2003}
}
First-order difference equations arise in many contexts in the biological, economic and social sciences. Such equations, even though simple and deterministic, can exhibit a surprising array of dynamical behaviour, from stable points, to a bifurcating hierarchy of stable cycles, to apparentfy random fluctuations. There are consequently many fascinating problems, some concerned with delicate mathematical aspects of the fine structure of the trajectories, and some concerned with the practical… Expand

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