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Computational Neuroscience and Compartmental Modeling

WithBahman Zohuri, Patrick J. McDaniel

This chapter explores the computational neurobiology by going through some tutorials, and it is important to understand something about the assumptions and mathematical models that underline these simulations driven by computation. It explains the computational neurobiology by going through some tutorials, and it is important to understand something about the assumptions and mathematical models that underline these simulations driven by computation. The traditional view of Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science has been that they are two sides of the same coin, two efforts that require each other or even the same effort with two different methods. The Computational Theory of Mind opens a new era in futuristic of superintelligence robots and a new chapter in Super Artificial Intelligence. Connectionists draw inspiration from neurophysiology rather than logic and computer science. They employ computational models, neural networks that differ significantly from Turing-style models. Neural networks received relatively scant attention from cognitive scientists during the 1960s and 1970s when Turing-style models dominated.