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Dynamical Systems in Neuroscience: The Geometry of Excitability and Bursting

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This is an explanation of the relationship of electrophysiology, nonlinear dynamics, and the computational properties of neurons, with each concept presented in terms of both neuroscience and mathematics and illustrated using geometrical intuition.
Hardcover, 441 pages
Published November 1st 2006 by MIT Press (MA)
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Nika
May 01, 2016 Nika rated it it was amazing
tentatively marking this as read otherwise it'll sit in my 'currently-reading' books forever. i'll admit that at least 70% of this book is way beyond what i understand and/or need at the moment, but i'll definitely be coming back to this, because it has some great explanations and illustrations
Michael Weaver
Jul 28, 2011 Michael Weaver rated it it was amazing
This is a great book giving the foundation for nonlinear dynamical systems in neuroscience. It sheds light on understanding of how the dynamics of neurons work, which was great for me becasue it is a subject I have been wanting to learn more about for a while now. This book gave me a great place to start.
DJ
May 09, 2011 DJ marked it as flirted-with
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Holy hadron! A dynamical systems book focusing on the brain! Sometimes the world writes books just for me...
Nick Black
Jun 25, 2010 Nick Black marked it as to-read
Recommended to Nick by: DJ
this looks like one of those things where you order a freakish book from MIT press on a humbug, and find out two weeks later you knew nothing about anything (see: Smil Vaclav. Energy in Nature and Society; see: Pierce Benjamin. Types and Programming Languages; etc.). hurrah! pretty cheap used, too!
Chris
Jun 02, 2016 Chris rated it it was amazing
Excellent introduction to Dynamical Systems theory and its application to Neuroscience. Gives many real world examples.
C. Eren Sezener
Mar 31, 2016 C. Eren Sezener rated it it was amazing
Shelves: science, textbook
This is an extremely well written book. Even when compared to non-textbooks.
Katherine
Nov 27, 2015 Katherine rated it it was amazing
I love this shade of green.

Good job!
Katherine
Nov 27, 2015 Katherine rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I like the shade of green.

Good job!
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