This group is intended for those interested in cellular and network mechanisms and the functional significance of normal and pathological synchronization and oscillations observed in small invertebrate to large cortical neuronal networks.
The Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS) organizes the international Computational Neuroscience meeting (CNS) each year. CNS is a premier forum for experimental and theoretical results addressing computation in the brain.
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
PhD Advisor and University:
H. Jerome Keisler, University of Wisconsin at Madison
1. Mark Ettinger. Steganalysis and Game Equilibria , Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Information Hiding, 1996.
2. Mark Ettinger. Finitely Presented Partially-Ordered Groups, Discrete Mathematics; Oct 15 1997; v.175, no.1-3, p.133-141.
3. J.A. O’Sullivan, P. Moulin, J.M Ettinger. Information Theoretic Analysis of Steganography, Proc. International Symposium on Information Theory, 1998.
4. Mark Ettinger. A Metric for Positional Games, Theoretical Computer Science; 6 Jan. 2000; vol.230, no.1-2.
5. Mark Ettinger, Peter Hoyer: Quantum Algorithms for Noncommutative Hidden Subgroups, Advances in Applied Mathematics, Vol 25, 3, Oct. 2000, pp. 239 251.
6. Mark Ettinger. The Complexity of Comparing Reaction Systems, Bioinformatics, Mar 2002; v.18, no.3, p.465-469.
7. Adam Cannon, J. Mark Ettinger, Don Hush, Clint Scovel. Machine Learning with Data Dependent Hypothesis Classes, Journal of Machine Learning Research 2 (2002) 335-358.
8. Mark Ettinger, Peter Hoyer, Emanuel Knill: The quantum query complexity of the hidden subgroup problem is polynomial. Information Processing Letters(1): 43-48 (2004)
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