Dr. Koch has written many other books, but I think this stands out as his best.
`We will see', the author writes, `that dendrites can indeed be very powerful, nontraditional computational devices, implementing a number of continuous operations.'
For young research scientists who are interested in understanding the dynamics of the human brain, Koch's book provides the ideal introduction.
Koch's book is a tour de force - a chocolate box of biophysics with coatings of equations and melting illustrative centers. Read morePublished on January 6, 2008 by Paul R. Adams
This is a fine comprehensive book. However, it might be helpful to bear in mind, as you study it, that although it was published in late 1998, a few fundamental principles... Read morePublished on April 29, 2000
although a bit long, the author gets his point across in an if not literary, at least interesting style of writing. Read morePublished on January 15, 2000 by "wishiweretrinity"