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Unlike classical sparse coding algorithms, LCA uses a parallel neural structure inspired by biological model.
As Hanson and Mendius write in Buddha's Brain, "Small positive actions every day will add up to large changes over time, as you gradually build new neural structures.
Among modern behavioral psychologists the notion appears to be widespread that all manifestations of human activity, including emotions and personality characteristics, are not just "epiphenomena" but are manifestations of neural structure, and at the neural level "the psychologies of structure, function, and development" (Catania, 1973) are indistinguishable.
Trauma, herniated disks, tumors, as well as congenital causes and vascular malformation may lead to engorgement of the epidural venous network and subsequently to compression of neural structures.
FRS is a unique, patented face recognition technology that uses biomimetics -- a technology that mimics the analytical processes of the human mind by modeling the neural structure of the brain down to individual neural cell types, rather than relying on measurements for recognition.
Creation of the neural structure, unachievable by normal manufacturing techniques, begins by altering the behavior of kinesin motor proteins -- biological machines found in every human cell.
In other words, the brain's neural structure, like other parts of the body, develops along predictable pathways as we mature.
He mentions that neural structure can neither carry information nor indicate naturalists.
Fetal behaviour and movements not only give an insight into the developing brain, as an expression of neural activity, but are also necessary for the further development of neural structure and of other organs.
Each neuron in a neural structure can have connections coming in from about 10,000 neurons, which in turn can connect to 10,000 other neurons in a dynamic way.
Chronic use of alcohol and marijuana during youth is associated with poorer neural structure, function, and metabolism, as well as worsened neurocognitive abilities into later adolescence and adulthood.
Not just the particulars of neural structure, but the body as a whole, can play an important role in the determination of conceptual content.
When looking at faces displaying fearful expressions, people with intact brains or with brain damage that spares the amygdala, an emotion-regulating neural structure, exhibit pronounced activity in certain parts of the brain that deal with visual information, say neuroscientist Patrik Vuilleumier of the University of Geneva in Switzerland and his colleagues.
Learned eyelid movement reflects the normal functioning of the circuitry in the cerebellum, a neural structure at the base of the brain.
AcSys Biometrics is the leading provider of face recognition technology based on the worldwide-patented Holographic Quantum Neural Technology (HNeT), a unique, patented recognition technology that uses biomimetics -- a technology that mimics the analytical processes of the human mind by modeling the neural structure of the brain down to individual neural cell types, rather than relying on measurements for recognition.