Instructor: Andrew H. Fagg
This course focuses on the use of computational methods in neuroscience. Topics covered include the development and use of computer models at the biophysical, circuit, and system levels, including models of single neurons, neural circuits, models of learning, and representation of sensory and motor information. Students will learn how to use computational tools to produce simulations. The course will be largely self-contained with respect to the computational and mathematical skills required, although some minimal experience with computing will be useful. Prerequisites: permission of the instructor. 3 credits.
Location: CS 140
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