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The Book of Genesis: Exploring Realistic Neural Models with the General Neural Simulation System Hardcover – 27 Feb 1998


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the genesis of good books.. 26 Sep 2001
By King David - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This book is a detail guide for people learning to use the GEneral NEural SImulation System, one of the best softwares for computational neuroscience. The presentation is clear enough for everyone, but it would be much helpful if the readers have a basic backgound on neuroscience and programming language C. Useful exercises are provided at the back of most chapters so readers can make practices immediately.
I think this book should be recommended to undergraduates studying neuroscience. There are many books in the field of neural biophysics and modeling. Students usually find it boring and not easy to comprehend. But this book accompanies a simulation software in the CD-ROM, using which students can easily control and visualize the electrical behaviour of a neuron. This provides a chance for interactive education and should become a great help to their studies.
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