Biological and Quantum Computing for Human Vision: Holonomic Models and Applications: Holonomic Models and Applications
IGI Global, Nov 30, 2010 - Medical - 314 pages
Many-body interactions have been successfully described through models based on classical or quantum physics. More recently, some of the models have been related to cognitive science by researchers who are interested in describing brain activity through the use of artificial neural networks (ANNs).
Biological and Quantum Computing for Human Vision: Holonomic Models and Applications presents an integrated model of human image processing up to conscious visual experience, based mainly on the Holonomic Brain Theory by Karl Pribram. This work researches possibilities for complementing neural models of early vision with the new preliminary quantum models of consciousness in order to construct a model of human image processing.
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Computational InformationMaximization Models
Images Associations and Conscious Experience
Computer Simulations and Applications of Quantum Associative Network
Visual Processing As Described By Contemporary MainStream Neuroscience
Comparison of the Mathematical Formalism of Associative ANN and Quantum Theory
Derivation of Quantum Associative Network from HopfieldLike ANN and HNeT
Computational Models Relevant For Visual Cortex
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