"The book is written in a clear style, with a sufficient number of figures illustrating the algorithms. . .This new insight into complex problems of the brain, as well as the proposed methodology, makes the book highly readable and interesting." --Computing Reviews"The author shows that the proposed neuroidal model supports the cognitive activities he identifies. It provides a good structure to explore the functions of the mind still further." -- IEEE Spectrum"Although there are many books today dealing with a simple neuronal model based on the weighted sum principle, this one rises above these others in providing an explanation of cognitive functions." --Choice
About the Author
Leslie G. Valiant, Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, Harvard University.
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