From the book reviews:
“This is a good text discussing the mathematic neuromodeling introducing differential calculus inc. differential and partial differentional equations as they apply to temporal- spatial dynamics of the neural code. I recommend this book for all audiences with an interest in neuroscience.” (Joseph J. Grenier, Amazon.com, August, 2014)Vom Verlag:
Computational Neuroscience - A First Course provides an essential introduction to computational neuroscience and equips readers with a fundamental understanding of modeling the nervous system at the membrane, cellular, and network level. The book, which grew out of a lecture series held regularly for more than ten years to graduate students in neuroscience with backgrounds in biology, psychology and medicine, takes its readers on a journey through three fundamental domains of computational neuroscience: membrane biophysics, systems theory and artificial neural networks. The required mathematical concepts are kept as intuitive and simple as possible throughout the book, making it fully accessible to readers who are less familiar with mathematics. Overall, Computational Neuroscience - A First Course represents an essential reference guide for all neuroscientists who use computational methods in their daily work, as well as for any theoretical scientist approaching the field of computational neuroscience.
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