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The Principle of Recursive Genome Function

Correspondence: Dr. András Pellionisz, HelixoMetry, 935 Rosette Court, Sunnyvale, CA, USA. E-mail: pellionisz@junkdna.com The Cerebellum, 2008;7 (in press; Received 7 December 2007, Accepted 18 December 2007) The Principle of Recursive Genome Function ANDRÁS J. PELLIONISZ # # HelixoMetry ...

FractoGene Design-Tool for Protein-Based Self-Assembling ...

FractoGene Design-Tool for Protein-Based Self-Assembling Nanostructures, Materials and Applications Dr. András J. Pellionisz, cob@helixometry. com Founder and CEO of HelixoMetry, Inc. 935 Rosette Court, Sunnyvale, CA 94086 The most important nanostructures today are biological materials (proteins).

Visuomotor development - Chapter 3

Solving this mapping is again a non–trivial problem (Pellionisz and Llinas, 1980; Hildreth and Hollerbach, 1985; Jordan, 1996). As a result, significant efforts in the last few decades have been devoted on one hand, to

Is the Cerebellum a Smith Predictor?

Pellionisz formulated this idea somewhat differently, but with much the same flavor, when he stressed the tensorial properties of the cerebellar cortical matrix (Pellionisz & Llinas, 1979, 204 1980).

Flanagan On the unification mind matter

Key Words: quantum field theory, mind/body problem, color, vision, Gödel, EPR, hidden variables, M-theory, mind-brain identity theory, tensor network theory, secondary qualities, Ein stein, Bohr, Heisenberg, Pellionisz, Llinas, Churchland NeuroQuantology 2007; 4: -

Curriculum Vitae James A. Anderson

(With M.L. Rossen, S.R. Viscuso, and M.E. Sereno) Reprinted in Neurocomputing 2 , Edited by J.A. Anderson, A. Pellionisz and E. Rosenfeld, 1990, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Journal of Neurological Sciences 156 (1998) 3–11

movements involving the neck and head (Pellionisz et al., previously been involved in a particular head movement. 1988; Keshner and Peterson, 1988).

Cerebellar Control of Movement

Pellionisz A, Llinas R. Brain modeling by tensor network theory and computer simulation. The cerebellum: distributed processor of predictive coordination.

Computational explanation in neuroscience

By now, the appeal to neural computation to explain cognitive phenomena is widespread in neuroscience (Anderson, Pellionisz, &Rosenfeld, 1990; Anderson &Rosenfeld, 1988,1998).


Shapshak P, Somboonwit C , Chiappelli F, Commins D, Singer E, Levine AJ, Minagar A, Pellionisz AJ. Molecular Epigenetics, Chromatin, and NeuroAIDS/HIV: Translational Implications.