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Information Processing In Neurones And Small Nets

Report Number: WADD TR 60-652
Author: Rapoport, Anatol
Author: Horvath, William J.
Corporate Author: Mental Health Research Institute University Of Michigan
Laboratory: Biomedical Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1960-12
Pages: 497
Contract: AF 33(616)-6272
Project: 7232
Task: 71782
AD Number: AD0252897

The neurophysiological literature has been surveyed to determine the current state of knowledge on the characteristics of neurons as elements in information-handling systems. An extensive bibliography of over 450 reports bearing on this subject has been appended and abstracts of slightly over 100 papers which were felt to be most relevant to this subject have been prepared for this report. These abstracts together with comments by the present investigators have been compiled into the present report. The scheme of presentation and the general findings are covered in the author's preface. Detailed conclusions are found in the individual abstracts.

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