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Garcia, Bryx William C.

Neural science (neuroscience) aims to understand mental


processes underlying perception, action, learning and
memory.
Human brain: highly-interconnected network of 100
billion individual nerve cells.
electrical activity of one nerve cell aects activity of
adjacent cell in predictable ways.
[DuBois-Reymond, Muller & Helmholtz (1800s)]
refers to manipulating analog information, such as sound
or photographs that has been converted into a digital form
[http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/D/DSP.html]

Internal to the neuron, everything works via biochemical pat


hways, which are
somewhat similar to analog. Neurons also perform internal el
ectrical signal
integration in an analog fashion. Analogously, the digital logi
c gates used by
computers are implemented internally using transistors and r
esistors, which are also analog.
adaptive filtering
tensor factorisation
blind source separation
compressive sensing

convex and global optimisation


channel estimation
identification, and deconvolution
clustering and classification
modelling and beamforming
data fusion
non-linear prediction
analysis of dynamical changes using chaos theory
with applications to analysis of brain signals and
images
gait recognition
sound (speech, music) and video data
brain-computer interfacing (BCI)
localisation and tracking
many other acoustic, biomedical, and communication data.
Data Acquisition
Compression and Storage
Preprocessing
Analysis
Interpretation