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Abstract neural automata (ANA): existence of "empty" and origin of thought
Xi, GC
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AbstractFor along time, one has carried on an endless debate for the problem of the origin of cognition. Much of the debate surrounding this comes from the problem of infinite regress. In a discussion on theory of the thought of abstract neural automata (ANA), we have considered thought, resulting from the nonuniqueness of ANA, to be an important stage of all evolutionary Processes of cognition. If thought is considered to be an evolutionary process, we may ask where is the origin of the evolutionary process? In this paper, using ready-made theory, merely for the problem of origin of thought, we, shag offer views of ourselves, which cannot begin to talk about bringing forth new ideas in theory. The view on the theory of ANA about such a problem is that the thought of ANA results from its nonuniqueness, the nonuniqueness results from its uniqueness, the uniqueness originates from its non-existence - "empty", i.e. essential answer having universal sense is that thought of ANA originates from "empty".
KeywordCybernetics Cognition Evolution Neural Networks
WOS HeadingsScience & Technology ; Technology
Indexed BySCI
WOS Research AreaComputer Science
WOS SubjectComputer Science, Cybernetics
WOS IDWOS:000182443000012
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Document Type期刊论文
AffiliationChinese Acad Sci, Inst Automat, Beijing, Peoples R China
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Xi, GC. Abstract neural automata (ANA): existence of "empty" and origin of thought[J]. KYBERNETES,2003,32(3-4):388-393.
APA Xi, GC.(2003).Abstract neural automata (ANA): existence of "empty" and origin of thought.KYBERNETES,32(3-4),388-393.
MLA Xi, GC."Abstract neural automata (ANA): existence of "empty" and origin of thought".KYBERNETES 32.3-4(2003):388-393.
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