Eliano Pessa

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Quantum noise induced entanglement and chaos in the dissipative quantum model of brain Abstract We discuss some features of the dissipative quantum model of brain in the frame of the formalism of quantum dissipation. Such a formalism is based on the doubling of the system degrees of freedom. We show that the doubled modes account for the quantum noise in(More)
At present the expression 'Majorana oscillator' does not appear to be in use in theoretical physics. However, the author of this paper heard it in the Seventies, during private conversations with the late Prof. B.Touschek. This little contribution tries to explore the possible meanings of this expression and introduces a new field equation, generalizing the(More)
Right brain damaged patients affected by contralesional object-centred neglect are able to process all objects around them but systematically omit the left part of these objects. We show that pure object-centred neglect can be simulated by a basis function neural network in which the activity of units allowing head-centred coding of space is based on the(More)
The interest for neural networks stems from the fact that they appear as universal approximators for whatever kind of nonlinear dynamical system of arbitrary complexity. Because nonlinear systems, are studied mainly to model self-organization and emergence phenomena, there is the hope that neural networks can be used to investigate these phenomena in a(More)