Walter J. Freeman

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55EEWalter J. Freeman: A pseudo-equilibrium thermodynamic model of information processing in nonlinear brain dynamics. Neural Networks 21(2-3): 257-265 (2008)
54EEWalter J. Freeman, Harry R. Erwin: Freeman K-set. Scholarpedia 3(2): 3238 (2008)
53EEGuang Li, Jin Zhang, Walter J. Freeman: Mandarin Digital Speech Recognition Based on a Chaotic Neural Network and Fuzzy C-means Clustering. FUZZ-IEEE 2007: 1-5
52EEWalter J. Freeman: Cortical aperiodic shutter enabling phase transitions at theta rates. IJCNN 2007: 1192-1197
51EERobert Kozma, Terry Huntsberger, Hrand Aghazarian, Walter J. Freeman: Implementing intentional robotics principles using SSR2K platform. IROS 2007: 2262-2267
50EERuifen Hu, Guang Li, Meng Hu, Jun Fu, Walter J. Freeman: Recognition of ECoG in BCI Systems Based on a Chaotic Neural Model. ISNN (1) 2007: 685-693
49EEWalter J. Freeman: Indirect biological measures of consciousness from field studies of brains as dynamical systems. Neural Networks 20(9): 1021-1031 (2007)
48EEJohn G. Taylor, Walter J. Freeman, Alex Cleeremans: Introduction to the special issue on 'Brain and Consciousness'. Neural Networks 20(9): 929-931 (2007)
47EEWalter J. Freeman: Hilbert transform for brain waves. Scholarpedia 2(1): 1338 (2007)
46EEWalter J. Freeman: Intentionality. Scholarpedia 2(2): 1337 (2007)
45EEWalter J. Freeman: Scale-free neocortical dynamics. Scholarpedia 2(2): 1357 (2007)
44EEMeng Hu, Jiaojie Li, Guang Li, Walter J. Freeman: Analysis of Early Hypoxia EEG Based on a Novel Chaotic Neural Network. ICONIP (1) 2006: 11-18
43EEWalter J. Freeman, Giuseppe Vitiello: Exploration of relations between many-body field theory and the nonlinear brain dynamics that underlies cognitive behavior. IJCNN 2006: 369-376
42EEJin Zhang, Guang Li, Walter J. Freeman: Application of Novel Chaotic Neural Networks to Mandarin Digital Speech Recognition. IJCNN 2006: 653-658
41EEXinling Yang, Jun Fu, Zhengguo Lou, Liyu Wang, Guang Li, Walter J. Freeman: Tea Classification Based on Artificial Olfaction Using Bionic Olfactory Neural Network. ISNN (2) 2006: 343-348
40EEMeng Hu, Jiaojie Li, Guang Li, Xiaowei Tang, Walter J. Freeman: Normal and Hypoxia EEG Recognition Based on a Chaotic Olfactory Model. ISNN (2) 2006: 554-559
39EEGuang Li, Jin Zhang, You Wang, Walter J. Freeman: Face Recognition Using a Neural Network Simulating Olfactory Systems. ISNN (2) 2006: 93-97
38EEJin Zhang, Guang Li, Walter J. Freeman: Application of Novel Chaotic Neural Networks to Text Classification Based on PCA. PSIVT 2006: 1041-1048
37EEXu Li, Guang Li, Le Wang, Walter J. Freeman: A Study on a Bionic Pattern Classifier Based on Olfactory Neural System. I. J. Bifurcation and Chaos 16(8): 2425-2434 (2006)
36EEWalter J. Freeman, Mark D. Holmes, G. Alexander West, Sampsa Vanhatalo: Dynamics of human neocortex that optimizes its stability and flexibility. Int. J. Intell. Syst. 21(9): 881-901 (2006)
35EEGuang Li, Zhengguo Lou, Le Wang, Xu Li, Walter J. Freeman: Application of Chaotic Neural Model Based on Olfactory System on Pattern Recognitions. ICNC (1) 2005: 378-381
34EEWalter J. Freeman: Dynamic Models for Intention (Goal-Directedness) Are Required by Truly Intelligent Robots. ISNN (1) 2005: 21-33
33EEWalter J. Freeman: A field-theoretic approach to understanding scale-free neocortical dynamics. Biological Cybernetics 92(6): 350-359 (2005)
32EERobert Kozma, Marko Puljic, Paul Balister, Béla Bollobás, Walter J. Freeman: Phase transitions in the neuropercolation model of neural populations with mixed local and non-local interactions. Biological Cybernetics 92(6): 367-379 (2005)
31EEWalter J. Freeman, Mark D. Holmes: Metastability, instability, and state transition in neocortex. Neural Networks 18(5-6): 497-504 (2005)
30EERobert Kozma, Derek Wong, Murat Demirer, Walter J. Freeman: Learning intentional behavior in the K-model of the amygdala and entorhinal cortex with the cortico-hyppocampal formation. Neurocomputing 65-66: 23-30 (2005)
29EERobert Kozma, Marko Puljic, Paul Balister, Béla Bollobás, Walter J. Freeman: Neuropercolation: A Random Cellular Automata Approach to Spatio-temporal Neurodynamics. ACRI 2004: 435-443
28EEWalter J. Freeman: Neurobiological Foundation for the Meaning of Information. ICONIP 2004: 1-9
27EEDerek Wong, Robert Kozma, Edward Tunstel, Walter J. Freeman: Navigation in a Challenging Martian Environment using Multi-sensory Fusion in KIV Model. ICRA 2004: 672-677
26EEHoratiu Voicu, Robert Kozma, Derek Wong, Walter J. Freeman: Spatial navigation model based on chaotic attractor networks. Connect. Sci. 16(1): 1-19 (2004)
25EEWalter J. Freeman: How and Why Brains Create Meaning from Sensory Information. I. J. Bifurcation and Chaos 14(2): 515-530 (2004)
24EEWalter J. Freeman, Gyöngyi Gaál, Rebecka Jorsten: A Neurobiological Theory of Meaning in Perception Part III: Multiple Cortical Areas Synchronize without Loss of Local Autonomy. I. J. Bifurcation and Chaos 13(10): 2845-2856 (2003)
23EEWalter J. Freeman, Brian C. Burke: A Neurobiological Theory of Meaning in Perception Part IV: Multicortical Patterns of amplitude Modulation in Gamma EEG. I. J. Bifurcation and Chaos 13(10): 2857-2866 (2003)
22EEWalter J. Freeman, Linda J. Rogers: A Neurobiological Theory of Meaning in Perception Part V: Multicortical Patterns of Phase Modulation in Gamma EEG. I. J. Bifurcation and Chaos 13(10): 2867-2887 (2003)
21EEWalter J. Freeman: A Neurobiological Theory of Meaning in Perception Part I: Information and Meaning in Nonconvergent and Nonlocal Brain Dynamics. I. J. Bifurcation and Chaos 13(9): 2493-2511 (2003)
20EEWalter J. Freeman: A Neurobiological Theory of Meaning in Perception Part II: Spatial Patterns of Phase in Gamma EEGs from Primary Sensory Cortices Reveal the Dynamics of Mesoscopic Wave Packets. I. J. Bifurcation and Chaos 13(9): 2513-2535 (2003)
19EERobert Kozma, Walter J. Freeman: Classification of EEG patterns using nonlinear dynamics and identifying chaotic phase transitions. Neurocomputing 44-46: 1107-1112 (2002)
18EEChristian Storm, Walter J. Freeman: Attractor Density Models with Application to Analyzing the Stability of Biological Neural Networks. International Conference on Computational Science (2) 2001: 231-234
17EERobert Kozma, Maritza Alvarado, Linda J. Rogers, Brian Lau, Walter J. Freeman: Emergence of un-correlated common-mode oscillations in the sensory cortex. Neurocomputing 38-40: 747-755 (2001)
16EERobert Kozma, Walter J. Freeman: Encoding and Recall of Noisy Data as Chaotic Spatio-Temporal Memory Patterns in the Style of the Brains. IJCNN (5) 2000: 33-38
15 Walter J. Freeman: A neurobiological interpretation of semiotics: meaning, representation, and information. Inf. Sci. 124(1-4): 93-102 (2000)
14EEWalter J. Freeman: A proposed name for aperiodic brain activity: stochastic chaos. Neural Networks 13(1): 11-13 (2000)
13 Walter J. Freeman: Comparison of Brain Models for Active vs. Passive Perception. Inf. Sci. 116(2-4): 97-107 (1999)
12EEHung-Jen Chang, Walter J. Freeman, Brian C. Burke: Optimization of olfactory model in software to give 1/f power spectra reveals numerical instabilities in solutions governed by aperiodic (chaotic) attractors. Neural Networks 11(3): 449-466 (1998)
11EEWalter J. Freeman: A biologically derived model for perception to serve as an interface between an intelligent system and its environments. KES (1) 1997: 12-19
10EEWalter J. Freeman: Three Centuries of Category Errors in Studies of the Neural Basis of Consciousness and Intentionality. Neural Networks 10(7): 1175-1183 (1997)
9 Walter J. Freeman: Brain Dynamics in the Genesis of Trust as the Basis for Communication by Representations. AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 2 1996: 1327-1328
8EEWalter J. Freeman: Random Activity at the Microscopic Neural Level in Cortex ("Noise") Sustains and is Regulated by Low-Dimensional Dynamics of Macroscopic Cortical Activity ("Chaos"). Int. J. Neural Syst. 7(4): 473-480 (1996)
7EELeslie M. Kay, Larry R. Lancaster Jr., Walter J. Freeman: Reafference and Attractors in the Olfactory System During Odor Recognition. Int. J. Neural Syst. 7(4): 489-496 (1996)
6EEHung-Jen Chang, Walter J. Freeman: Parameter optimization in models of the olfactory neural system. Neural Networks 9(1): 1-14 (1996)
5EEYong Yao, Walter J. Freeman, Brian C. Burke, Qing Yang: Pattern recognition by a distributed neural network: An industrial application. Neural Networks 4(1): 103-121 (1991)
4EEYong Yao, Walter J. Freeman: Model of biological pattern recognition with spatially chaotic dynamics. Neural Networks 3(2): 153-170 (1990)
3EEJoe Eisenberg, Walter J. Freeman, Brian C. Burke: Hardware architecture of a neural network model simulating pattern recognition by the olfactory bulb. Neural Networks 2(4): 315-325 (1989)
2EEWalter J. Freeman, Yong Yao, Brian C. Burke: Central pattern generating and recognizing in olfactory bulb: A correlation learning rule. Neural Networks 1(4): 277-288 (1988)
1 Walter J. Freeman: Parallel Processing of Signals in Neural Sets as Manifested in the EEG. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 7(3): 347-369 (1975)

Coauthor Index

1Hrand Aghazarian [51]
2Maritza Alvarado [17]
3Paul N. Balister (Paul Balister) [29] [32]
4Béla Bollobás [29] [32]
5Brian C. Burke [2] [3] [5] [12] [23]
6Hung-Jen Chang [6] [12]
7Alex Cleeremans [48]
8Murat Demirer [30]
9Joe Eisenberg [3]
10Harry R. Erwin [54]
11Jun Fu [41] [50]
12Gyöngyi Gaál [24]
13Mark D. Holmes [31] [36]
14Meng Hu [40] [44] [50]
15Ruifen Hu [50]
16Terrance L. Huntsberger (Terry Huntsberger) [51]
17Rebecka Jorsten [24]
18Leslie M. Kay [7]
19Robert Kozma [16] [17] [19] [26] [27] [29] [30] [32] [51]
20Larry R. Lancaster Jr. [7]
21Brian Lau [17]
22Guang Li [35] [37] [38] [39] [40] [41] [42] [44] [50] [53]
23Jiaojie Li [40] [44]
24Xu Li [35] [37]
25Zhengguo Lou [35] [41]
26Marko Puljic [29] [32]
27Linda J. Rogers [17] [22]
28Christian Storm [18]
29Xiaowei Tang [40]
30John G. Taylor [48]
31Edward Tunstel [27]
32Sampsa Vanhatalo [36]
33Giuseppe Vitiello [43]
34Horatiu Voicu [26]
35Le Wang [35] [37]
36Liyu Wang [41]
37You Wang [39]
38G. Alexander West [36]
39Derek Wong [26] [27] [30]
40Qing Yang [5]
41Xinling Yang [41]
42Yong Yao [2] [4] [5]
43Jin Zhang [38] [39] [42] [53]

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