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Towards a fourth spatial dimension of brain activity

Arturo Tozzi, James F. Peters
2016 Cognitive Neurodynamics  
Physical and biological counterparts of BUT and its variants allow an inquiry of the brain activity.  ...  In particular, the Borsuk-Ulam Theorem (BUT) states that, if a single point projects to a higher spatial dimension, it gives rise to two antipodal points with matching description.  ...  A direct proof of this theorem is symmetric with the proof of the Borsuk-Ulam Theorem is given by , since we assume that S d is an inner sphere of S n symmetric about the center of S n and, from the Schleicher  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11571-016-9379-z pmid:27275375 pmcid:PMC4870410 fatcat:kgfvl25o6fcpfdiitcmvaumska

Spike-based computational primitives for vision-based scene understanding

Moritz Benjamin Milde
2019
Measuring time-to-travel with spiking neurons We propose a novel mechanism for coding time-to-travel with spiking neurons.  ...  Four EMUs share one facilitation neuron which is connected with excitatory synapses to four direction selective cells (one for each cardinal direction).  ...  Appendix A: Neuronal equations The dynamics of the spiking neurons on the ROLLS chip can be approximated by the differential equation Eqs. (7.1-7.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-177970 fatcat:stxmdz3sxjgivacrm5kpymzdpi

"You were a star once, weren't you?" : nonlinear steps into the re-enchantment of science education

Lyubov Laroche
2000
State-of-the-art science provides us not only with technological miracles, but also with a conceptual framework for re-enchantment of our worldview and of education, respectively.  ...  According to the science of complexity, a state-far-from-equilibrium is the edge of chaos, the dynamic space of possibilities, from which a new world might be born.  ...  Just as a slime mold self-assembles from separate cells into a whole organism, complex science curriculum self-organizes itself through interacting with other subjects. 222 Kaufman, 1995.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0055044 fatcat:ggq4gs2i7ja7vaybb3ciuni2lm

Recommended Citation Sohval, Daniel

Daniel Sohval
2013 unpublished
A few have those new inkings, based on the epidermis of deep-sea cephalopods, which change shape with movement.  ...  Where several men much larger and wider than him, sporting shoulder tattoos of Virgin Maries and the cursive names of exgirlfriends, pump iron.  ...  with solar cells.  ... 
fatcat:hqctrgrexfga7gbde277mlw6fy

Quantum improvisation : sonic consciousness and Pauline Oliveros

Sae-Hoo Stan Chung
2015
Pauline Oliveros's Triple Point (with Doug van Nort and Jonas Braasch) consists of three human musicians performing live with a listening and improvising computer agent.  ...  This dissertation concludes with the claim that Oliveros's quantum improvisation contributes to a theory of creativity that reverberates with socio-ethical connection and discovery.  ...  Thank you to my colleagues at University of British Columbia, College of the Rockies, Red River  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0074421 fatcat:np233pv4zbd2xm3ie3dsfsjlzq