Chaos and Information Processing: A Heuristic Outline

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World Scientific, 1991 - Computers - 284 pages
This book is the first attempt to give a chaotic dynamics interpretation of processes having to do with category formation and pattern recognition by systems possessing simple hardware e.g. few degrees of freedom. It is multidisciplinary in its approach and would be useful to readers from various fields.
 

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Contents

Chaotic Dynamics at the Syntactical Level
19
Chaotic Dynamics at the Semantic Cognitive
87
Chaotic Dynamics at the Pragmatic Level
190
General Appendices
236
Simulating Chaos by Chaos?
242
Chaotic Dynamics of Generating Markov
251
References
279
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