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Books and Book Chapters 2012

  1. Ames, H, Versace, M., Gorchetchnikov, A., Chandler, B., Livitz, G., Léveillé, J., Mingolla, E., Carter, D., Abdalla, H., and Snider, G. (2012). Persuading computers to act more like brains. In R. Kozma, R. Pino, and G. Pazienza (Ed.), Advances in neuromorphic memristor science and applications. Springer Verlag, pp.37-61.
  2. Hasselmo, M. (2012). How we remember: Brain mechanisms of episodic memory. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  3. Raudies, F. and Neumann, H. (2012). Modeling binocular and motion transparency processing by local center-surround interactions. In Pomplun, M. and Suzuki, J. (Ed.), Developing and applying biologically-inspired vision systems: Interdisciplinary concepts. IGI Global, ISBN-10: 1466625392.
  4. Versace, M., Kozma, R.T, and Wunsch, D.C. (2012). Adaptive Resonance Theory design in mixed memristive-fuzzy hardware. In R Kozma, R. Pino, G. Pazienza (Ed.), Advances in Neuromorphic Memristor Science and Applications. pp.133-153.