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Tales from an Excitingly Mundane Cognitive Process By Chase McCartney
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New and innovative poetry from up and coming portland poet Chase McCartney. He covers topics such as nihilism, religion, corporate america, drugs, love, and about everything else in the spectrum.
Unifying Computing and Cognition By J Gerard Wolff
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Describes the SP theory of computing and cognition with some of its applications in natural language processing, in pattern recognition, in information retrieval, in various kinds of probabilistic... More > reasoning, in planning and problem solving, in unsupervised learning, in neuroscience and in the interpretation of concepts in mathematics and logic.< Less
DREAMS AS COGNITIVE EXPERIENCES By Rafael Salin-Pascual MD, PhD.
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If there is not a sound when a three is fallen down on the middle of the forest when no human auditives system is near. Then, if I am not aware of what is going on when asleep why we are persisting... More > into think that there is something like a conscious experience in dreams when, in fact, when somebody told us a dream is more like a evocative memory process.< Less
DREAMS AS COGNITIVE EXPERIENCES By Rafael Salin-Pascual MD, PhD.
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If there is not a sound when a three is fallen down on the middle of the forest when no human auditives system is near. Then, if I am not aware of what is going on when asleep why we are persisting... More > into think that there is something like a conscious experience in dreams when, in fact, when somebody told us a dream is more like a evocative memory process.< Less
Cognitive Wireless Networks By Penelope Burks
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In the Age of Enlightenment the German philosopher Immanuel Kant encouraged people to use their own mind as the basis for reasoning instead of following dogmatic religious rules - Sapere aude! (dare... More > to know!) - Today wireless communication networks are increasingly becoming aware of the conditions of its their component parts and surrounding environment. Cognition, a continuous process involving sensing, reasoning, understanding and reacting, can be applied to wireless networks in order to adapt the system to the highly dynamic wireless ecosystem. The ultimate goals are to enhance the efficiency in the use of radio resources as well as to improve both link and network performance.< Less
Cognitive Development in English Language Teaching By Rajesh Lane
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This book is meant for promoting learner autonomy in learning English Language through context. This need-based, educative and evocative study techniques discussed in this book can be practiced by... More > anybody who is interested in familiarizing English Language and its usages. It will definitely be a milestone in the field of English Language Teaching and in the process of promoting the causes of English Language< Less
Cognitive Development in English Language Teaching By Rajesh Lane
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This book is meant for promoting learner autonomy in learning English Language through context. This need-based, educative and evocative study techniques discussed in this book can be practiced by... More > anybody who is interested in familiarizing English Language and its usages. It will definitely be a milestone in the field of English Language Teaching and in the process of promoting the causes of English Language< Less
A Capacity Limited, Cognitive Constructionist Model of Virtual Presence By David Nunez
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The Capacity Limited, Cognitive Constructionist (CLCC) model of presence is proposed as an information processing model of presence, and is shown to have more theoretical power than extant models of... More > presence. The CLCC model defines information processing paths between attention, working memory, declarative memory and procedural memory, which operate to create and maintain a semantic context or bias. Bottom-up information entering the sensory cortices is filtered by attention into working memory where it forms temporary structures encoding the subject’s experience of the VE. These temporary structures are also contributed to by top-down information, which arises from active knowledge clusters in declarative memory. This interaction of top-down and bottom-up data gives the entire model a semantic bias which attempts to keep the subject’s construction of the environment semantically coherent.< Less
A Capacity Limited, Cognitive Constructionist Model of Virtual Presence By David Nunez
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The Capacity Limited, Cognitive Constructionist (CLCC) model of presence is proposed as an information processing model of presence, and is shown to have more theoretical power than extant models of... More > presence. The CLCC model defines information processing paths between attention, working memory, declarative memory and procedural memory, which operate to create and maintain a semantic context or bias. Bottom-up information entering the sensory cortices is filtered by attention into working memory where it forms temporary structures encoding the subject’s experience of the VE. These temporary structures are also contributed to by top-down information, which arises from active knowledge clusters in declarative memory. This interaction of top-down and bottom-up data gives the entire model a semantic bias which attempts to keep the subject’s construction of the environment semantically coherent.< Less
Greek Theories of Elementary Cognition from Alcmaeon to Aristotle By John Isaac Beare
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Greek theories of elementary cognition from Alcmaeon to Aristotle, by John I. Beare. The aim of this book is to give a close General historical account of the various theories, partly physiological... More > and partly psychological, by which the Greek philosophers from Alcmaeon to Aristotle endeavoured to explain the elementary phenomena of cognition. The pre-Aristotelean writers who applied themselves to this subject, and of whose writings we possess any considerable information, are Alcmaeon of Crotona, Empedoicles, Democritus, Anaxagoras, Diogenes of Apollonia, and Plato. We propose to set forth here their speculations, together with those of Aristotle, as to the so-called Five Senses, Sensation in general, and the psychical processes, such as Imagination and Memory, which involve the synthetic function referred by Aristotle to Sense, and named by his Latin commentators the Sensits Communis. Reproduction of the 1906 Edition.< Less

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