Foreword

1 The basic structure of the vertebrate brain

1.1 The substructures of the medulla oblongata of vertebrates

1.2 The substructures of the vertebrate metencephalon

1.3 The substructures of the mesencephalon of vertebrates

1.4 The substructures of the diencephalon of vertebrates

1.5 The substructures of the vertebrate telencephalon

2.        Vertebrates and their classification

2.1.  Basic characteristics of vertebrates

2.2   The unicellular  organisms

2.3   From the single-celled colony to multi-celled organism

2.4   The tunicates - ancestors of the vertebrates?

2.5. The emergence of segmented living beings

3.      The analogue primeval brain and its history of origin

3.1    The formation of neuronal centers in simple bilateriaa

3.2    The nervous system of segmented Bilateria

3.3    The specialization of the head segments and their merging

3.4    The basic structures iin the primordial brain of segmentes Bilateria

3.5    The topological welll-being of neurons in the launch system

3.6.   The topological wellbeing in the haed area

3.7    The signal interactions in the torus semicircularis

3.8.    The beginnings of the basal ganglia system in the early promordial brain

 3.9    The reconstruction of the vestibular sense and the development of the cerebellum

3.10   Theory of neuronal signal inversion

3.11.  The formation of the vestibulocerebellum for the inversion of minimum coded vestibular signals of the neovestibular sense

3.12.  The origin of the origonal Spinocerebellum

3.13     Visual motion detected in the early primal brain

3.14. The origin of the primitive Pontocerebellum

3.15    The first expansion phase of the original spinocerebellum

3.16.   The first expansion phase of the original Pontocerebellum

3.17        The topology of cortex and cerebellum clusters

3.18     The imprinting algorithm in early Pontocerebellum

3.19.   The development of the olfactory system

3.20     Motion detection in early olfactory system

3.21       Motion analysis in the amygdala for complementary signal classes of the on-off type

3.22    The analogue primal brain of the early choral data

4         The effects of signal divergence in the cerebellum system

4.1      Computing with neural signals

4.2      The second expansion phase of the original spinocerebellum

4.3      The second expansion phase of the original Pontocerebellum

4.4      The splitting of the neural tube during cerebellum development

4.5      The origin of the frontal cortex of vertebrates

4.6      The dorsal ventricular crest of reptiles and birds - a convergence system and a vertical convergence grid

4.7      The hyperpallium of birds - a convergence system and a vertical convergence grid

4.8      The change in neural body models after the development of signal divergence

5         Signal divergence in the mammalian primary cortex

5.1      Recapitulation of the past development and preview of the future

5.2      The theory of plane divergence grids

5.3           Magnitude diagramm, image diagramm, radius vector and phase angle in plane divergence grids

5.4           Theory of plane convergence grids

5.5            The formation of divergence grids in the cortex

5.6.     The directional selectivity of the visuel divergence grating

5.7          The formation of cortical divergence grids in the olfactory cortex

5.8     The transformation of minimum coded signals into maximum coded

5.9     Motion analysis in the amygdala for maximum coded signals

5.10   The body side comparison in difference illustrations

6.       The further development of the striatum and the basal ganglia system as a result of signal divergence in the cortex

6.1    The use of inhibitory inversion neurons for motion detection

6.2     The time sensitive difference mapping in the nucleus centromedianus

7       The further development of the Pontocerebellum

7.1    The integration of limbic signals into the cerebellum system

7.2    The inclusion of signal class 3 in the Pontocerebellum

7.3    The brightness analysis in the cerebellum

7.4    Color analysis in plane divergence grids

7.5    The colour term and the neuronal colour triangle of the nucleus olivaris

7.6    Colour constancy - a function-theoretical law

8       Classification of the neuronal substructures of the vertebrate brain

9       Closing words

10     Acknowledgement

11     List of figures

12     Keyword index

13     Bibliography