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Probabilistic reasoning and decision making in sensory-motor systems »

Matthew Cook

A dozen robotics-related PhD projects are brought together to provide a good overview of the state of the art in solving problems by defining joint probability distributions over both sensor readings and actions.
 
BRAINS AND MACHINES
Phantoms in the Brain: Probing the Mysteries of the Human Mind, by V S Ramachandran and Sandra Blakeslee »

Sunny Bains

This book has a bit of a split personality, both in terms of its structure and writing. How much this has to do with the fact that it has two authors I'm not entirely sure, but the effect was to...
 
BRAINS AND MACHINES
On Intelligence by Jeff Hawkins »

Sunny Bains

I have mixed feelings about what I consider to be 'celebrity' popular science books: being big in Silicon Valley and having something sensible to say about intelligent machines are two different things. In my view, however, Jeff Hawkins has paid...
 
BOOK REVIEW
Analog VLSI Circuits for the Perception of Visual Motion »

Ralph Etienne-Cummings

This volume is highly recommended for anyone interested in neuromorphic computation generally, or analog VLSI visual motion circuits more specifically.
 
BOOK REVIEW
CMOS Imagers: From Phototransduction to Image Processing »

Tadashi Shibata

This book will interest both beginning analog designers and those interested in bio-inspired silicon circuits.
 

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