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A New Mechanism on Brain Information Processing—Energy Coding

  • Rubin Wang
  • Zhikang Zhang
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4232)

Abstract

According to the experimental result of signal transmission with energetic demand tightly coupled to the information coding in cerebral cortex and electric structural property in neuronal activities, we present a brand-new scientific theory with mechanism of brain information processing. According to the new theory, we discover that neural coding under action of stimulation in brain is complete with way of energy coding. Due to energy coding to be able to reveal mechanism of brain information processing in physical essence, we can not only finely reappear various experimental results of neuro-electrophysiology, but also quantitatively explain the experimental results from neuroscientists at Yale University in recently by means of the principle of energy coding.

Keywords

Rest Membrane Potential Apply Physic Letter Neural Code Biological Neural Network Frequency Code 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rubin Wang
    • 1
  • Zhikang Zhang
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute for Brain Information Processing and Cognitive Neurodynamics, School of Information Science and EngineeringEast China University of Science and TechnologyShanghaiP.R. China

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