Workshop in Computational Neuroscience.
Final rept. 1 May 92-30 Apr 94,
MARINE BIOLOGICAL LAB WOODS HOLE MA
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The Woods Hole Workshop on Computational Neuroscience at the Marine Biological Laboratory was held for one week each August in 1992 to 1994. Each year, twenty investigators who are concerned with the computational functions of nervous systems had intense discussion on a wide range of topics in computational neuroscience, including neural mechanisms for computation, neural systems for long-term memory, neural decisions, and active perception. In addition, some members of the workshop lectured in the concurrent Computational Neuroscience Course at MBL, and students were invited to attend the workshop.