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What to post to comp-neuro?
  • The list is primarily intended to support the discussion of technical issues relating to computational neuroscience, neuroinformatics and neural computation in biological systems. Discussion of artificial neural networks and connectionist issues is more appropriate for other forums, such as the connectionists mailing list (Connectionists@CS.CMU.EDU).
  • Questions related to the actual use of software programs should be send to the mailing lists associated with each program. Announcements of new software packages or on-line neuroscience databases, major software upgrades, etc. can be send to this list. Questions related to which program is most suitable for a particular purpose may be submitted provided they are of enough general interest.
  • We encourage people to post the abstracts of their latest papers and tech reports.
  • Conferences and workshops may be announced on this list AT MOST twice: once to send out a call for papers, and once to remind non-authors about the registration deadline. If the full announcement is very long, it would be preferable to post a short version containing information about where to email for details or giving a URL for information on the web.
  • Requests for ADDITIONAL references. Please try to (a) demonstrate that you have already pursued the quick, obvious routes to finding the information you desire, and (b) give people something back in return for bothering them. The easiest way to do both these things is to FIRST do the library work to find the basic references, then POST these as part of your query.
  • Announcements of job openings, postdoctoral positions, or graduate studies related to computational neuroscience and neuroinformatics.
  • Short reviews of new text books related to computational neuroscience and neuroinformatics.
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