IBM Journal of Research and Development

Volume 61 Issue 2/3 • March-May 2017

Computational Neuroscience
Analysis and prediction of brain dynamics, observed in vast new datasets and rendered in large-scale simulations, are beginning to facilitate applications in important societal areas such as assistive technology, education, and the treatment of disease. This special issue of the IBM Journal of Research and Development emphasizes solutions, models,and technologies that advance the analysis of neuroscientific data and the application of predictive models to anticipate changes in, or better understand, brain function, cognition,and behavior. Topics include computational psychiatry, the prediction of cognitive states,functional magnetic resonance imaging, understanding neurodegenerative disease,developing neural prosthetics and brain interfaces, studies of neuromorphic computing,neuronal models, and much more.
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