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Modeling mental dynamics and mundane properties of consciousness

@inproceedings{Bond2003ModelingMD,
  title={Modeling mental dynamics and mundane properties of consciousness},
  author={A. H. Bond},
  year={2003}
}
  • A. H. Bond
  • Published 2003
  • We discuss a computer science and artificial intelligence approach to modeling the brain, and how it can illuminate the study of consciousness. After a brief review of the study of consciousness, we align ourselves with the research strategy of trying to understand individual properties of consciousness. We propose a computer science approach to developing a brain model, which we expect to illuminate control properties of mental dynamics, that is describing the brain by a set of processes with… CONTINUE READING

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