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A lecture and computer-laboratory paper on the computational methods used in neuroscience and biophysics. Topics include linear and non-linear differential equations, Euler and Runge-Kutta integration methods, limit cycles, action potential generation, hysteresis and memory in simple neural systems, stability, noise simulation, root finding. The programming language used is MATLAB.

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