Quotes of neural

  1. Actually, I think my view is compatible with much of the work going on now in neuroscience and psychology, where people are studying the relationship of consciousness to neural and cognitive processes without really trying to reduce it to those processes. – David Chalmers
  2. If you just have a single problem to solve, then fine, go ahead and use a neural network. But if you want to do science and understand how to choose architectures, or how to go to a new problem, you have to understand what different architectures can and cannot do. – Marvin Minsky
  3. We should be exploring consciousness at the neural level and higher, where the arrow of causal analysis points up toward such principles as emergence and self -organization. – Michael Shermer

Usage examples for neural

  1. While the protrusion varies much in size, there is no constant ratio between the dimensions of the swelling and the extent of the defect in the neural arches. – Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition. by Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson
  2. Try investigating the effects of neural induction. – Bolden's Pets by F. L. Wallace
  3. Only in so far as conscious experience, or its neural correlate, effects some changes in organic structure can it influence the course of heredity; and conversely only in so far as changes in organic structure are transmitted through heredity, is mental evolution rendered possible. – Darwin and Modern Science by A.C. Seward and Others
  4. He did not yet have the neural control to release his fingers from the firing dial. – The Cartels Jungle by Irving E. Cox, Jr.
  5. With this possibility, we are brought back to causal laws, and to the suggestion that many things which seem essentially mental are really neural –  by
  6. Thus, as memory is the approximate repetition of once- experienced mental states or facts, together with the recognition of their belonging to our past, so it is accomplished by an approximate repetition of the once- performed neural process in the cortex which originally accompanied these states or facts. – The Mind and Its Education by George Herbert Betts
  7. It is hard to teach an old dog new tricks, because the old tricks employ familiar, much- used neural paths, while new tricks require the connecting up of groups of neurones not in the habit of working together; and the flow of nerve energy is more easily accomplished in the neurones accustomed to working together. – The Mind and Its Education by George Herbert Betts
  8. Inserted into the heart, they became new heart muscle, replacing scars; inserted into the brain, they became neural tissue. – Syndrome by Thomas Hoover
  9. The physiologist points out that at the basis of all our feelings and ideas there lie certain neural processes. – Determinism or Free-Will? by Chapman Cohen
  10. We know that neural activity is partly electrical. – Bolden's Pets by F. L. Wallace
  11. Through this law a neural activity once performed tends to be repeated; or, in other words, a fact once known in consciousness tends to be remembered. – The Mind and Its Education by George Herbert Betts
  12. Well, to begin Putting aside an autopsy, she died Because this neural weakness, so derived, Caught in such stress of life proved far too much For one so organized; a stress of life Which others could live through, and have lived through. – Domesday Book by Edgar Lee Masters
  13. That is to say, so long as there is a constant relation of concomitancy found by experience to obtain between neural processes and mental processes, so long no harm can accrue to physical science by assuming, for its own purposes, that this relation is a causal one. – Mind and Motion and Monism by George John Romanes
  14. Few cars had this; only sportsmen or the royalty could afford to have such a neural circuit installed. – Rastignac the Devil by Philip José Farmer
  15. On the physical side it may be expressed as follows: The higher the tension or the more intense the activity of neural centers the more easily the activity is repeated. – The Mind and Its Education by George Herbert Betts
  16. Triangular openings on either side of middorsal line between proximal ends of costal plates and developing neural plates. –  by

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