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Stephen Grossberg (2013), Scholarpedia, 8(5):1569.
Adaptive Resonance Theory, or ART, is a cognitive and neural theory of how the brain autonomously ... more
Lucio Gialanella and Alessandra Guglielmetti (2013), Scholarpedia, 8(5):11959.
Nuclear reactions between charged particles play a crucial role in astrophysics since they ... more
Anna Vershynina et al. (2013), Scholarpedia, 8(4):30920.
Strong subadditivity of entropy (SSA) was long known and appreciated in classical probability ... more
Anna Vershynina et al. (2013), Scholarpedia, 8(4):30919.
In mathematics, there are many kinds of inequalities connected with matrices and linear operators ... more
Gregor Tanner and Klaus Richter (2013), Scholarpedia, 8(4):9818.
Semiclassical theory of helium atom refers to a description of the quantum spectrum of helium ... more
Tomaso Poggio and Thomas Serre (2013), Scholarpedia, 8(4):3516.
Computational modeling has become a central approach in vision research. Recent developments ... more
Zhe Chen and Emery N. Brown (2013), Scholarpedia, 8(3):30868.
State space model (SSM) refers to a class of probabilistic graphical model that describes ... more