R. Luce Professor
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Dynamic modeling of associative learning in schizophrenia.Schizophrenia is a complex disease of very diverse symptoms and mostly unknown causes. A possible underlying phenomenon is described by the "disconnection syndrome" hypothesis, when the control signal flow between cortical areas is impaired. We examine the differences in the causal connection patterns and strengths between healthy and schizophrenic subjects.
Prediction of technological development Vision: Identification of branches of technologies based on patent citation data Identification of patterns how these branches develop, such as rapid growth, shrinking, split and merges Identification of governing rules that are able to explain the pattern (backtesting) Come up with predictions for the near future: Which are the technologies of tomorrow?
|Péter Érdi: Complexity Explained. Springer, 2007|
|Péter Érdi and János Tóth: Mathematical Models of Chemical Reactions: Theory and Applications of Deterministic and Stochastic Models. Princeton University Press|
|Michael A Arbib, Péter Érdi and János Szentágothai: Neural Organization: Structure, Function, and Dynamics. The MIT Press|