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  • Action potential [r]: A brief change in voltage that travels along a cell membrane. [e]
  • Artificial intelligence [r]: The field of science and engineering involved with the study, design and manufacture of systems that exhibit qualities such as adaptivity, complexity, goal pursuit, reactiveness to surroundings, and others that are commonly attributed to "intelligence." [e]
  • Artificial neural network [r]: Connectionist processing models inspired by the architecture of real brains. [e]
  • Artificial neuron [r]: Processing units based on a neural model, often inspired on the biological neurons. [e]
  • Partial derivative [r]: A function of several variables is its derivative with respect to one of those variables while all others are kept constant. [e]
  • Self-organizing network [r]: A set of cooperating elements that announce themselves, learn of other nodes of interest, and build interconnections, without the need for central control or manual administration. [e]
  • Steven Pinker [r]: (b. 18 September 1954) Canadian experimental psychologist, cognitive scientist, and author of popular science, known for his wide-ranging advocacy of evolutionary psychology and the computational theory of mind. [e]
  • Value of networks [r]: A variety of factors influence the value of communications networks, including the number of participants, the interconnections among the participants, and the reliability of both the physical network and the information it carries. [e]