Daniel Dubischar

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We develop a model of the process of thinking in the presence of noise (which is produced by the simultaneous action of a huge number of neurons in the brain as well as by external information and internal cognitive processes). Our model is based on Freud's idea on the splitting of cognitive processes into two (closely connected) domains: consciousness and(More)
We propose a model based on random dynamical systems (RDS) in information spaces (realized as rings of p-adic integers) which supports Buonomano’s non-ergodic interpretation of quantum mechanics. In this model the memory system of an equipment works as a dynamical system perturbed by noise. Interference patterns correspond to attractors of RDS. There exists(More)
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