Stochastically Perturbed Chains of Variable Memory

Garcia, N. L. and Moreira, L. - In this paper, we study inference for chains of variable order under two distinct contamination regimes. Consider a chain of variable memory on a finite alphabet containing zero, at each instant of time an independent coin is flipped and if it turns head a contamination occurs.

NeuroMat investigates how the brain processes external stimuli

Research center uses neuromathematics to understand possible statistical regularities connected to the brain. Aline Naoe, Agência USP de Notícias, 07/16/2014.

Open Source, Open Skies, Open Stadium

Fieldwork notes on an interview with NeuroMat investigator Fabio Kon, who will feature on a documentary on Brazilian science. Imagine Science Films, 06/26/2014.


NeuroMat investigator on movie on mind and motion

Claudia Domingues Vargas, a NeuroMat co-principal investigator, appeared on a short documentary on how brain and body communicate. The movie was produced by Imagine Science Films, in June 2014.

Open Data in Science: a NeuroMat op-­ed

With the increasing use of computation in several areas of science, data have assumed an increasingly important role in the process of scientific discovery. A piece by NeuroMat investigator Kelly Rosa Braghetto.


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