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Apr
11
comment Estimation of cost for validation psychometric test
what's "io" and "ie"? I'd edit your english, but I'm not sure what you mean.
Apr
3
comment Computational Neuroscience software
I'm experimenting with julia these days.
Apr
3
comment What kinds of information can (and cannot) be extracted from connectome?
Ideally connectome will contain the information 1,2,3. However, depending on the technique (e.g. electron microscopy on slices) it may not get them. I think it would be more clear if you dissociate the technique from the goal of connectomics itself.
Mar
17
comment 432 Hz vs. 440 Hz frequencies: health and psychological effects?
@NewAlexandria You are right. Perhaps my reaction was too harsh...
Feb
26
comment What are the mathematical models of memory?
Surprised that nobody mentioned Hopfield network.
Feb
22
comment What delay between two audio sources is seen as “noticeable” to most people?
probably in the order of microseconds...exactly because of source localization.
Feb
18
comment Why do the hemispheres of the brain control the opposite sides of the body?
possible duplicate of biology.stackexchange.com/q/3807/460?
Feb
17
awarded  Yearling
Feb
17
revised What is the difference between spike-triggered averaging and reverse correlation?
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Feb
17
answered What is the difference between spike-triggered averaging and reverse correlation?
Feb
15
revised Cosyne vs CNS conferences for Computational Neuroscience?
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Feb
15
answered Cosyne vs CNS conferences for Computational Neuroscience?
Feb
15
comment Why do I get smaller accuracy when I use 80% of training sets using HMAX model?
how are you defining "accuracy"?
Feb
15
comment References for biologically plausible models of knowledge representation?
I must say the VSA (vector symbolic architecture) and it's neural implementation doesn't strike me as being biologically plausible. I guess it is relatively more plausible than what the authors are comparing to in some sense.
Feb
15
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
15
comment 432 Hz vs. 440 Hz frequencies: health and psychological effects?
Some parts of your post is very fishy and highly likely pseudoscience. That omega432.com is full of nonsense.
Feb
1
comment What areas of mathematics support the study of cognitive science?
@caseyr547 thanks for the negative vote!
Nov
23
comment Can our brain do trigonometry?
Motion can be represented without the 2D coordinate system that you are used to mathematically. For example, one can imagine having an adaptive dynamical system can learn such associations and emulate motion of objects in 2D with a 2D sheet of neurons.
Oct
18
comment What areas of mathematics support the study of cognitive science?
@JakeWestfall thanks for your suggestion. I added a bit of details and made it community wiki. Feel free to edit it.
Oct
18
revised What areas of mathematics support the study of cognitive science?
added some relevant details for each subject