Volume 76, Number 1, January 1997
: Neural networks in higher levels of abstraction.
, Gideon F. Inbar
: Examination of the lambda equilibrium point hypothesis when applied to single degree of freedom movements performed with different inertial loads.
Volume 76, Number 2, February 1997
, Peter Kruizinga
: Computational models of visual neurons specialised in the detection of periodic and aperiodic oriented visual stimuli: bar and grating cells.
R. McN. Alexander
: A minimum energy cost hypothesis for human arm trajectories.
: Analysis of an optimal control model of multi-joint arm movements.
Thomas J. Anastasio
: A burst-feedback model of fast-phase burst generation during nystagmus.
Volume 76, Number 3, April 1997
J. J. Wright
: EEG simulation: variation of spectral envelope, pulse synchrony and ALMOST EQUAL TO 40 Hz oscillation.
Gerald S. Russell
: Nested reentrant and recurrent computation in early vision: a Bayesian neuromorphic model applied to hyperacuity.
, Reinhard Eckhorn
: Parallel processing by a homogeneous group of coupled model neurons can enhance, reduce and generate signal correlations.
Volume 76, Number 4, May 1997
: On the correlation dimension of optokinetic nystagmus eye movements: computational parameters, filtering, nonstationarity, and surrogate data.
, Blake Hannaford
: Study of human forearm posture maintenance with a physiologically based robotic arm and spinal level neural controller.
D. I. Stephanova
, M. Chobanova
: Action potentials and ionic currents through paranodally demyelinated human motor nerve fibres: computer simulations.
Volume 76, Number 5, June 1997
: Control of computational dynamics of coupled integrate-and-fire neurons.
Volume 76, Number 6, July 1997
S. V. Shastri
: A biologically consistent model of legged locomotion gaits.
Klaus J. Utikal
: A new method for detecting neural interconnectivity.