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neural

of or relating to a nerve or the nervous system
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The embryonic neural plate and neural tube are formed from neuroepithelial (NE) cells.
Zander is working closely with Neural Analytics as the company develops one of its first medical devices, which will allow healthcare professionals to accurately diagnose mild to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), including concussions, by combining leading edge data science with established medical hardware.
This estimate is one-third higher than previous calculations, which estimated that fortification averted 1,000 neural tube-affected pregnancies a year.
Although the decision on the basis of neural network may look and behave like normal software, they are different in principle, since most implementations based on neural networks "learn" and not programmed: the network learns to perform the task, and is not programmed directly.
Therefore, many scholars studied the nonlinear programming problem based on neural network.
This comes shortly after Microsoft divulged the results of some preliminary research involving neural networking, which states that the technology could increase speech recognition accuracy by about 25 percent.
Towell and Shavlik [22] have firstly proposed a concept of reducing the required training patterns by incorporating prior knowledge in the standard neural models.
The new findings helped to clarify why more females are born with neural tube birth defects such as Spina Bifida than males.
One such device is the Neural Compute Stick 2 from Intel.
By applying proprietary technology for detecting trace proteins, they found that a novel protein, Matrin-3, is responsible for determining the fate of neural stem cells.