Volume 29, Issue 1, March 1997

ISSN: 1554-3528 (Online)

In this issue (24 articles)

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  1. EditorialNotes

    Editorial

    Page 1
  2. High-Performance Computing At The Minnesota Supercomputer Institute

    Scientific computation: An interdisciplinary approach at Minnesota

    Donald G. Truhlar Pages 3-5
  3. High-Performance Computing And Psychological Models

    The art of model development and testing

    Richard M. Shiffrin, Peter A. Nobel Pages 6-14
  4. High-Performance Computing And Human Vision I

    How the eye measures reality and virtual reality

    James E. Cutting Pages 27-36
  5. High-Performance Computing And Neural And Physiological Processes

    If we compute faster, do we understand better?

    James A. Anderson, Jeffrey P. Sutton Pages 67-77
  6. High-Performance Computing And Neural And Physiological Processes

    Magnetic source images of human brain functions

    N. G. Gençer, S. J. Williamson Pages 78-83
  7. High-Performance Computing And Statistical Analysis

    Spline smoothing with model-based penalties

    J. O. Ramsay, N. Heckman, B. W. Silverman Pages 99-106
  8. High-Performance Computing And Its Promises For The Behavioral Sciences

    Perception, models, and data: Some comments

    Patrick Suppes Pages 109-112
  9. High-Performance Computing And Its Promises For The Behavioral Sciences

    Commentary on high-performance computing and its promises for the behavioral sciences

    Lynne K. Edwards Page 113
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