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Published work

1. SOUČEK B 1964 Monostable Systems Triggered at Random, Nucl. Instrum Methods 29: 109–114

2. SOUČEK B 1965 Application of pile-up distortion calculation, Rev. Sci Instrum 36: p 1582–1587

3. SOUČEK B 1971 Influence of the Latency Fluctuations and the Quantal Process of Transmitter Release on the End-Plate Potentials’ Amplitude Distribution. Biophysical Journal 11: 127–139

4. SOUČEK B 1971 Complete Model for the Statistical Composition of the End-Plate Potential. J Theor Biol 30: 631–648

5. SOUČEK B 1973 Applications of computers and mathematical models to the study of neuronal systems, Nuclear and neuronal pulse spectrometry. Computer Physics Communications 5: p 115– 122

6. CARLSON A D, SOUČEK B 1975 Computer simulation of fireflyflash sequence. Journal of Theoretical Biology 55: p 353–370

7. SOUČEK B 1975 Model of Alternating and Aggressive Communicationwith the Example of Katydid Chirping. J Theor Biol 52: p 399–417

8. SOUČEK B, VENCL F 1975 Bird Communication Study Using Digital Computer. J Theor Biol 49: 147–172

9. VENCL F, SOUČEK B 1976 Structure and Control of Duet Singing in the White-Crested Jay Thrush. Behaviour 57: 20–33

10. SOUČEK B, CARLSON A D 1986 Brain Windows in Firefly Communication. J Theor Biol 119: 47–65

11. SOUČEK B, CARLSON A D 1987 Brain Window Language in Firefly. J Theor Biol 125: 93–103

12. SOUČEK B, CARLSON A D 1976 Computers in Neurobiology and Behaviour.Wiley Inc., New York

13. SOUČEK B, SOUČEK M 1988 Neural and Massively Parallel Computers.Wiley Inc., New York

14. SOUČEK B 1989 Neural and Concurrent Real-Time Systems. Wiley Inc. New York

15. SOUČEK B and the IRIS Group 1991 Neural and Intelligent Systems Integration.Wiley Inc, New York

16. SOUČEK B and the IRIS Group 1992 Fast Learning and Invariant Object Recognition.Wiley Inc, New York

17. SOUČEK B and the IRIS Group 1992 Fuzzy, Holographic and Parallel Intelligence.Wiley Inc, New York

18. SOUČEK B and the IRIS Group 1992 Dynamic, Genetic and Chaotic Programming.Wiley Inc, New York

19.PLANTAMURA V L, SOUČEK B, VISAGGIO G 1994 Frontier Decision Support Concepts.Wiley, New York

20. SOUČEK B 1998 Quantum Mind – Evoked Potential Link. Per Biol 100(2), 129–140

21. SOUČEK B 1999 Quantum Mind Emerges from the Prefrontal Cortex Nested, Fractal Chaos. Per Biol 101(2): 109–119

22. SOUČEK B 1999 Quantum Mind Compresses the Verbal Stories. Per Biol 101(3): 193–201

23. SOUČEK B 2000 Quantum Mind Measures the Verbal Stories. Per Biol 102(4): 331–342

24. SOUČEK B 2001 Universal Brain Theory: The Self Organization of Understanding, Consciousness, Emotions and Knowledge. Pe Biol 103(3): 219–228

25. SOUČEK B 2002 The Brain Agents Universe, Per Biol 104(3): 353–369

26. SOUČEK B 2002 The Brain and Mind Tissue, TISS: node, group, flock, pool. Per Biol 104(3): 345–352

27. SOUČEK B 2003 The Brain and Mind Attractions, BRAMA, the Brain Internal Language Organization, $$BILO, the Consciousness, Per Biol 105(3): 207–214

28. SOUČEK B 2004 The genetic and learned brain and mind event trains BET and signs: BILO, COMET, SAVA, CON, Per Biol (106)3: 265–278

29. SOUČEK B 2004 The DNA code, the brain event trains BET and the self organization SO make a single entity: life and consciousness. Per Biol 106(4): 443–444

30. SOUČEK B 2005 Genetic Intelligence Organization GENIO, Per Biol 107(4): 385–392

31. SOUČEK B 2007 Genetic Intelligence Universe GENIUS+; Cell internal language organization CILO; Origin of life and consciousness. Per Biol 109(2): 89–99.

32.SOUČEK B , 2008 Self organization of understanding, consciousness, emotions and knowledge:Cell, Brain, Mind, Sex. Per biol, Vol 110, No 1, 2008, 3-10.

33.SOUČEK B 2009 Better life and business based on the Cell, Brain, Mind, Sex, Laws LIFEBIZ, Per.biol. VOL. 111, No 1, 137–143.

A memorial service for professor Branko Soucek

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