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RT @DynamicsSIAM: Entry on "shadowing" (by @ErnieBarreto) in @scholarpedia: https://t.co/plODncGdNt
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#FeaturedAuthor: Prof. Gerald E Loeb (USC) http://ow.ly/sENo307XHcY contributed "Muscle Physiology and Modeling" #OpenScience #OpenKnowledge
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#Published:"Bondi-Sachs Formalism" by Dr Mädler (Inst. of Astronomy) and Prof Winicour (Pitt) http://ow.ly/NeuE306YwvS #OpenScience #OpenKnowledge
The Bondi-Sachs formalism of General Relativity is a metric-based treatment of the Einstein equations in which the coordinates are adapted to the null geodesics of the spacetime. It provided the first convincing evidence that that mass loss due to gravitational radiation is a nonlinear effect of ...
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#Published:"Bohigas-Giannoni-Schmit conjecture" by Dr. Denis Ullmo from Université Paris-Sud #OpenScience #OpenKnowledge
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Spectra of time reversal-invariant systems whose classical analogues are K systems show the same fluctuation properties as predicted by GOE (alternative stronger conjectures that cannot be excluded would apply to less chaotic systems, provided that they are ergodic).
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Call for volunteers: Each week Scholarpedia recognizes different contributing authors by featuring a short bio of them on the home page. These featured author columns are written by volunteers. Volunteers are allowed to suggest authors that they would like feature, which allows them to learn about and meet scientists in their fields of interest.

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Each week Scholarpedia recognizes different contributing authors by featuring a short bio of them on the home page. These featured author columns are written by volunteers. Volunteers are allowed to suggest authors that they would like feature, which allows them to learn about and meet ...
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#FeaturedAuthor: Prof. Stephen L. Adler (IAS) contributed "Adler sum rule" http://ow.ly/YhBT304PnbW #OpenScience #OpenKnowledge
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#Published:" Musculoskeletal Mechanics and Modeling" by Profs. Loeb & Davoodi () http://ow.ly/24SI308bfsJ #OpenScience #OpenKnowledge
Introduction. A large part of our central nervous system is dedicated to control of movement. To gain a fuller understanding of the sensorimotor control of movement, we must study both the central nervous system and the musculoskeletal system that it controls. A control engineer would never design a ...
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#Published:"Bohigas-Giannoni-Schmit conjecture" by Dr. Denis Ullmo (Université Paris-Sud) http://ow.ly/DOkj307QTJN #OpenScience #OpenKnowledge #OpenAccess
Spectra of time reversal-invariant systems whose classical analogues are K systems show the same fluctuation properties as predicted by GOE (alternative stronger conjectures that cannot be excluded would apply to less chaotic systems, provided that they are ergodic). Thirty years later this conjecture, ...
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RT @albertcardona: Wolfram Schultz wrote an entry for @scholarpedia on reward signals and prediction error, mediated by dopamine: https://t.co/WmNDjEcGld
Reward information is processed by specific neurons in specific brain structures. Reward neurons produce internal reward signals and use them for influencing brain activity that controls our actions, decisions and choices. A prime goal in the investigation of neural processes of reward is to ...
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#Published:"Evolutionary Robotics" by Mrs. Silva, Correia and Dr. Christensen from ISCTE - IUL BioMachines Lab http://ow.ly/Uhem305CRcG
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#FeaturedAuthor: Dr. Nelson Spruston from HHMI | Janelia, contributed "Pyramidal neuron" http://ow.ly/5J11305v9fS #OpenScience #OpenAccess
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Scholarpedia is like Wikipedia, but by and for scientists and scholars. It has more than 800 peer-reviewed "living entries" by Nobel Prize and Fields Medal winners, with many more in development. The advantage of a separate scholarly wiki is that academics can continue to target their peers with their writing and can get academic credit for their contributions (because their contributions are equivalent to publishing in a peer-reviewed journal).