Biological Cybernetics is an interdisciplinary medium for experimental, theoretical and application-oriented aspects of information processing in organisms, including sensory, motor, cognitive, and ecological phenomena. Topics covered include: experimental studies of biological systems including quantitative modeling; computational, technical, or theoretical studies with relevance for understanding biological information processing; and artificial implementation of biological information processing and self-organizing principles. Under the main aspects of performance and function of systems, emphasis is laid on communication between life sciences and technical/theoretical disciplines.
108 Volumes 539 Issues 4,067 Articles available from 1963 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Prior to Volume 17, 1975 this journal was published as Kybernetik.
Neuroscience from a mathematical perspective: key concepts, scales and scaling hypothesis, universality
J. Leo van Hemmen (September 2014)
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- Biological Cybernetics
- Volume 1 / 1963 - Volume 108 / 2014
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