"article is now published:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamical_Neuroscience"

Zao Man replied to Zao Man's discussion "Dynamical Neuroscience" wiki entry in the group Nonlinear Dynamics

"article is now published:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamical_Neuroscience"

Jul 28, 2010

Zao Man added a discussion to the group Nonlinear Dynamics### "Dynamical Neuroscience" wiki entry

I'm writing an entry for Wikipedia called "Dynamical Neuroscience". It's currently in my sandbox at:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Xurtio/SandboxI am looking for input if anyone has any suggestions or critique.Thank you,Zao See More

Jul 26, 2010

Zao Man replied to Markus A. Dahlem's discussion Killer waves of depolarization in the group Nonlinear Dynamics

"Alright, I'll shoot you an e-mail"

Jul 22, 2010

Zao Man replied to Markus A. Dahlem's discussion Killer waves of depolarization in the group Nonlinear Dynamics

"I've been hearing a lot about back current propagation in the dendrites. I didn't read a formal journal article on it, so I'm not sure if I'm representing it right, but I was discussing it with my biophysics advisor.
Excuse my…"

Jul 22, 2010

Zao Man replied to Markus A. Dahlem's discussion Killer waves of depolarization in the group Nonlinear Dynamics

"Ah, you mean a spatial extension within a single neuron so that the potential is described across it's spatial dimensions rather than "some arbitrary patch of membrane"?"

Jul 22, 2010

Zao Man replied to Markus A. Dahlem's discussion Killer waves of depolarization in the group Nonlinear Dynamics

"I'm just curious whether you would take an approach like modeling, say Morris Lecar neurons in a network, or whether you were thinking of a more integrated approach (for instance, modeling the "mind" instead of a network of…"

Jul 22, 2010

Zao Man replied to Markus A. Dahlem's discussion Killer waves of depolarization in the group Nonlinear Dynamics

"Do you think the phenomena could be studied via nonlinear dynamics with a particular neuron model, or a more integrated model?"

Jul 22, 2010

Zao Man replied to Neuropsychology Dude's discussion What are you studying to become? in the group Students of Neuroscience

"Neuroscientist with an interest in computer/brain interfacing"

Mar 26, 2010

Alexander Khobotov replied to Zao Man's discussion Adaptive Resonance Theory (Neural Network approach) in the group Theoretical Neuroscience

"I think it has never been productive from the point of understanding the brain functioning, or for use in specific practical purposes."

Mar 10, 2010

Zao Man replied to Neuropsychology Dude's discussion What are you studying to become? in the group Students of Neuroscience

"My Bachelor's is in Physics, I'm designing my Master's degree as an interdisciplinary degree (electrical engineering + neurobiology + non-linear systems) in theoretical neuroscience.
Not sure exactly what direction I want to go. I…"

Mar 8, 2010

Zao Man replied to Zao Man's discussion Adaptive Resonance Theory (Neural Network approach) in the group Theoretical Neuroscience

"Well now I'm confused then. I thought that understanding brain function was the point of ART3. How has it been productive then?"

Mar 8, 2010

Alexander Khobotov replied to Zao Man's discussion Adaptive Resonance Theory (Neural Network approach) in the group Theoretical Neuroscience

"Speaking about the merits of the theory of adaptive resonance, including ART3 paradigm, I meant only the merits of ideas but not its implementation such as ART theory. Realization of this idea, such as in the above references do not solve the…"

Mar 7, 2010

Zao Man replied to Mitchell Slutzky's discussion Analog, digital and neuroquatum models of brain-mind-body functioning in the group Theoretical Neuroscience

"I too, cannot easily digest the idea of a quantum mind. A QM model does not help us to make any predictions about the brain in the higher-order processes that allegedly give rise to the phenomenons of the mind:
"Based on a calculation of…"

Feb 27, 2010

Zao Man replied to Zao Man's discussion Adaptive Resonance Theory (Neural Network approach) in the group Theoretical Neuroscience

"What kind of objective difficulties?
By lack of sufficient mathematical basis, do mean in terms of how well the mathematics can be applied to empirical observations?"

Feb 27, 2010

Alexander Khobotov replied to Zao Man's discussion Adaptive Resonance Theory (Neural Network approach) in the group Theoretical Neuroscience

"The theory is very productive, but the problem is the lack of sufficient mathematical basis. (The theory involves the study of dynamic processes in the network, which in my view involves some objective difficulties.)"

Feb 27, 2010

- Main areas of research:
- Neuroscience,Physics

- Interests/keywords:
- music

- Current title/position:
- Theoretical Neuroscience Grad Student

BS in Physics

- Current affiliation/employer:
- University of Alaska, Fairbanks

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