From: Philip Goetz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Apr 04 2006 - 07:33:03 MDT
On 4/3/06, turin <email@example.com> wrote:
> --- firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> connections per neuron = 10^15 connections, 10^3 Hz (commonly cited 200 Hz,
> but it will turn out somewhat higher once you take in all the nuances, it
> always does) = 10^18 ops, basic op is a multiply-add, and that doesn't take
> Why do you say 1000 and not 200 Hz, I thought the neuron could only fire 200 times a second, and I thought that is where the Hz came from
Yes - what do you mean "it will turn out somewhat higher once you take
in all the nuances, it always does"? I don't understand that
statement at all. It seems to me that you can't say "it always does"
when there is only one phenomenon, not a class of them, under study.
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