Biological Nets of the Human Brain

Author(s): Kotini A* and Anninos P

Biological neural nets are the models of nets that have tried to reproduce the human or other living brain organization in an effort to realize fundamental processes as knowledge, recollection, understanding, emotion etc. The consequence of the structure and function and the dynamical behavior of biological neural nets is a topic of significant attention. On the other hand, in probabilistic neural nets we have an aggregation of a large number of neurons, positioned at random in space, that have only partial connectivity, i.e., every neuron is connected to only a very small portion of the whole number of neurons in the system, arbitrarily chosen. The main idea is that this connectivity is given by the binomial distribution

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