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Progress in Biological Cybernetics Research
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Editors: Daan A. De Jong
Book Description:
This new book focuses on recent research progress in biological cybernetics which includes experimental, theoretical and application-oriented aspects of information processing in organisms, including sensory, motor, cognitive, and ecological phenomena. Topics covered include: experimental studies of biological systems including quantitative modelling; computational, technical, or theoretical studies with relevance for understanding biological information processing; and artificial implementation of biological information processing and self-organizing principles.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1 - BECCA: A Brain Emulating Cognition and Control Architecture, pp. 1-38;
(Brandon Rohrer and Steven Hulet)

Chapter 2 - The Lur'e Framework for Modeling and Analysis of Neuronal Oscillator, pp. 39-73;
(T. Iwasaki and M. Zheng)

Chapter 3 - Stability of Predictive Oculmotor Tracking: An Exploration of the Relationships between Dynamical Systems, Information Theory, and Probability, pp. 75-104;
(Mark Shelhamer and Wilsaan M. Joiner)

Chapter 4 - Novel Tool for Simulating Human Trajectory Formation in Complex Whole Body Tasks, pp. 105-136;
(M. Tagliabue, G. Ferrigno, T. Pozzo and A. Pedrocchi)

Chapter 5 - Suppression of Neuromuscular Noise Through Impedance Modulation, pp. 137-160;
(J.H. Van DieŽn, L.P.J. Selen and P.J. Beek)

Chapter 6 - Biomimetic Neuroprostheses: Human-Like Control Strategies to Improve Training Rehabilitative Exercises Using Functional Electrical Stimulation, pp. 161-185;
(S. Ferrante, A. Pedrocchi and G. Ferrigno)

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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008 1st quarter
   ISBN: 1-60021-968-3
   Status: AV
  
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FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
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EP Editorial Production
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AP At Press
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