ECE 410 - Neural Circuits and Systems
|Neural Circuits and Systems||ECE410||NS||77869||LEC||3||1500 - 1550||M W F||Jont Allen|
|Neural Circuits and Systems||ECE410||NS4||77870||LEC||4||1500 - 1550||M W F||Jont Allen|
|Neural Circuits and Systems||NE410||NS||77873||LEC||3||1500 - 1550||M W F||Jont Allen|
|Neural Circuits and Systems||NE410||NS4||77874||LEC||4||1500 - 1550||M W F||Jont Allen|
Introduction to modeling functions of neurons and systems of neurons in the brain. Topics include Boolean signal processing, nonlinear diffusion equations, delay-and-add synaptic signal processing. Integrates information from the structure and physiology from a single neuron up to the assembly of brain circuits. Examples presented to discuss neural circuit and systems include the auditory, and to a lesser extent, visual system. Course concludes with a look at theories of brain function built up from systems of neurons. Course Information: Same as NE 410. 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: MATH 285 or equivalent. CS 101 or equivalent.