Some methods of processing data recorded from the nervous system as developed at MIT, with a chapter on random processes.
From the Preface: "The methods that one employs in processing data, are, of course, intimately related to the substantive problems that one is interested in, to the models that one has formulated, and to the capabilities of the instrumentation that is at one's command. . . . Since there is little overlap between those who read neurophysiological journals and those who are interested in communications systems, we felt that it might be useful to provide material of common interest to the various branches of the Communications Sciences."
Contributors W. A. Rosenblith, M. H. Goldstein, Jr., W. T. Peake, C. D. Geisler, N. Y-S. Kiang, T. T. Sandel, J. S. Barlow, C. E. Molnar, T. F. Weiss, William M. Siebert, R. M. Brown, D. F. O'Brien
About the Editor
Walter A. Rosenblith (1913-2002) served as Institute Professor and provost at MIT.