Book Sprint for ICT Research #4: On Brain Architectures

Distributed Adaptive System: Theory and Practice Produced with European Commision

23 – 27 April 2014
On Brain architectures: the Distributed Adaptive Control [DAC] explains Brain Mind and Body Nexus

Discussing the structure of a book section

The fourth Book Sprint in a series of five funded by the European Commission to investigate the application of the Book Sprint methodology for academic text production concluded last week. It was organized in collaboration with the Convergent Science Network for Neurotechnology and Biomimetic systems (CSNII), funded by the European Commission under FP7 Future and Emerging Technologies (FET Open).

In scenic Sant Feliu de Guixols at the Spanish Costa Brava near Barcelona, eight scholars produced a book that explains the Distributed Adaptive Control (DAC) framework and its implementation. On the first day, the concept and structure of the book were developed and writing started. During following days, a conceptual part explaining the theoretical framework as well as a tutorial for a simple implementation of the software took shape. After various phases of writing and reviewing, the book was finished by lunch of day five.

Concepting the book

This Book Sprint was facilitated by Barbara Rühling and accompanied by associated researcher Rachel Baker.

Book Sprint, Mediterranean style

Warning: Unsupported Browser

Your browser is old and unsupported. You may still use the site, but functionality will be limited and you may see errors. Please consider updating your browser.

This site uses analytical cookies.

To learn more about how take care of your data and how we use cookies to improve your user experience, please view our privacy policy.