A Layered Reference Model of the Brain

@inproceedings{Wang2003ALR,
  title={A Layered Reference Model of the Brain},
  author={Yingxu Wang and Shushma Patel and Dilip Patel and Ying Wang},
  booktitle={IEEE ICCI},
  year={2003}
}
Based on the advances of research in cognitive informatics and related fields, this paper attempts to develop a layered reference model of the brain that explains the functional mechanisms and cognitive processes of the natural intelligence. A variety of life functions and cognitive processes have been identified in cognitive informatics, cognitive science, neuropsychology, and neurophilosophy. In order to formally and rigorously describe a comprehensive and coherent set of mental processes and… CONTINUE READING
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