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Cybernetics Today: Achievements, Challenges and Prospects – Makarov (Ed.)

In this post, we will see the book Cybernetics Today: Achievements, Challenges and Prospects edited by I. M. Makarov. About the book The book has been written by a team of leading Soviet authorities in the field of cybernetics, among … Continue reading

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How reliable is the brain? -Asratyan, Simonov

In this post, we will see the book How reliable is the brain? by E. Asratyan and P. Simonov. About the book The book deals with topical problems of contempo­rary neurophysiology related to the restoration of impaired functions of the central nervous … Continue reading

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On The Neuronal Organization of The Brain – Poliakov

In this post we see a book on neuroscience titled On The Neuronal Organization of The Brain by G. I. Poliakov. Though much of the material in the book may be dated. This monograph is devoted to a description of … Continue reading

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This Chancy, Chancy, Chancy World – Rastrigin

In this post we will see This Chancy, Chancy, Chancy World By Leonard Rastrigin. Have you ever sat down and thought about how often chance affects your life? If you have, then you probably realize that chance literally hits us … Continue reading

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