How does the mind work? How is data stored in the brain? How does the mental world connect with the physical world? The hybrid system developed in this book shows a radically new view on the brain. Briefly, in this model memory remains permanent by changing the homeostasis rebuilding the neuronal organelles. These transformations are approximately abstracted as all-or-none operations. Thus the computer-like neural systems become plausible biological models. This illustrated book shows how artificial animals with such brains learn invariant methods of behavior control from their repeated actions. These robots can make decisions in any circumstances and reason by analogy whenever possible. This new and expanded edition includes a prologue exploring the problems which have stopped the development of fully fledged brain models. The causes of these deadlocks are listed as potential misconceptions about brain principles, neural networks, nervous systems, robotics, programming and decision logic.Edelman G. (1989) The Remembered Present, A Biological Theory of Consciousness, Basic Books, New York. (488). Edwards P. ... Engel A.K., KApnig P ., Gray C.M. and Singer W. (1990) Synchronization of oscillatory ... Forgy C. L. ( 1981) OPS5 Usera#39;s Manual, Carnegie Mellon University Research Reports, CMU -CS-81-135.
|Title||:||Natural and Artificial Intelligence|
|Author||:||A. de Callataÿ|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2014-06-28|