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Quantum Structure in Cognition: Fundamentals and Applications
A contextual framework for both concept representation and decision making is constructed, together with quantum models that are in strong alignment with experimental data, and the presence of a quantum structure in cognition shows that quantum mechanics supplies a structural model for human and artificial thought processes.
Chemical Organization Theory as a modeling framework for self-organization , autopoiesis and resilience
Chemical Organization Theory (COT) is a recently developed formalism inspired by chemical reactions that seems able to tackle a wide variety of problems in the analysis of complex, self-organizing systems across multiple disciplines.
Cycles and the Qualitative Evolution of Chemical Systems
- Peter Kreyssig, Gabi Escuela, B. Reynaert, T. Veloz, B. Ibrahim, P. Dittrich
- BiologyPloS one
- 11 October 2012
The results suggest that the qualitative evolution of chemical systems requires the addition and elimination of cycles, and it is concluded that the positive feedback provided by these networks' cycles ensures the existence of a stable positive fixed point.
New fundamental evidence of non-classical structure in the combination of natural concepts
- Diederik Aerts, S. Sozzo, T. Veloz
- PhilosophyPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A…
- 19 May 2015
This paper isolates a new, very stable and systematic pattern of violation of classicality that occurs in concept combinations and shows that this effect can be faithfully modelled in a two-sector Fock space structure, and can be exactly explained by assuming that human thought is the superposition of two processes.
Reaction networks and evolutionary game theory
- T. Veloz, Pablo Razeto-Barry, P. Dittrich, Alejandro Fajardo
- Computer ScienceJournal of mathematical biology
This work shows how to use reaction networks to model systems that are usually studied via evolutionary game theory, and develops a model considering the interaction among Tit for Tat and Defector agents.
Spin and Wind Directions I: Identifying Entanglement in Nature and Cognition
Wind directions seem to be conceptual entities connected through meaning, in human cognition, in a similar way as spins appear to be entangled in experiments conducted in physics laboratories.
Effects of small particle numbers on long-term behaviour in discrete biochemical systems
- Peter Kreyssig, Christian Wozar, Stephan Peter, T. Veloz, B. Ibrahim, P. Dittrich
- 22 August 2014
This work aims at determining the influence of single molecules on the long-term behaviour of biological systems, i.e. whether they can reach a steady state and an application to the Template model of the mitotic spindle assembly checkpoint mechanism.
Towards a Quantum World Wide Web
Quantum entanglement in physical and cognitive systems: A conceptual analysis and a general representation
The phenomenon of entanglement in bipartite systems is provided, as it manifests in micro and macro physical systems, as well as in human cognitive processes, by observing that when genuine coincidence measurements are considered, the violation of the ‘marginal laws’ is to be expected.
Modeling Human Decision-Making: An Overview of the Brussels Quantum Approach
- Diederik Aerts, M. Sassoli de Bianchi, S. Sozzo, T. Veloz
- PhilosophyFoundations of Science
- 21 July 2018
The quantum theoretical approach to model cognitive phenomena that resisted modeling by means of classical logical and probabilistic structures, like Boolean, Kolmogorovian and, more generally, set theoretical structures, is alternative to the Kahneman–Tversky research programme.