THE PROCEEDINGS OF AN INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF BIOCYBERNETICS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM, WASHINGTON, D. C. 8-9 FEBRUARY 1968.
EDSEL B FORD INST FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH DETROIT MI DEPT OF NEUROLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
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The advance in technology since 1957 has provided many sophisticated tools to probe the central nervous system as well as data processing programs to assess the multitude of records from such probings. With this sophistication, the great need for biological engineers is obvious. The proceedings set out in this volume are evidence of the vast multidisciplinary scientific communities involved. Its contents concern the cyberneticist, neurophysiologist, neurologist, biologist, physicist, mathematician, computer bioscientist, experimental psychologist, and even the speech therapist in fact, any of our biological or bioengineering colleagues. Author