Unfolding and refolding the hippocampus begins with a collection
of reprints and ends with a collection of equations. In turn,
we put the equations to work as complex problem solvers.
The solution to this puzzle consists of assembling the equations into
networks. These networks can be used to predict the structure
of the hippocampus in five different animals and to compare and
contrast the changes brought about by diseases and experimental
The details of this process can be found in the Excel worksheets,
which are included with the program.