Stochastic differential equations and applications, by Avner Friedman
By Avner Friedman
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8]. The answer is NOT, because (B) entails non-algorithmic jumps, insofar as the inverse Bayes procedure generates an ad hoc algorithm, by no means pre-existent. The five figures that follow and their captions explore in detail these aspects  (Figs. 5). After having shown evidence of this short term memory window bridging successive pieces of a linguistic text, we formulate a quantum conjecture. This conjecture fulfills two needs, namely, (1) explaining the fast search in a semantic space, whose sequential exploration by classical mechanisms would require extremely long times, incompatible with the cadence of a linguistic presentation ; (2) introducing a fundamental uncertainty ruled by a quantum constant that yields a decoherence time fitting the short term memory window.
3 eV, thus the minimal energy disturbance in neural spike dynamics is around 108 kB T . This is the Dialogue between A (subject) and B (text) Two kinds of hermeneutics: repetitive: coil circle (Information replacement) (No information loss) An B A creative Bn B2 A2 B1 A1 FUNDAMENTALISM DIALOGUE WITHOUT END Fig. T. Arecchi evolutionary advantage of a brain: to live comfortably at room temperature and be barely disturbed, as it were cooled at 108 the room temperature. As for the interpretation (hermeneutics) of a cognitive experience (be it perceptual or linguistic), we represent in Fig.
On the contrary, in any human linguistic endeavor (be it literary, or musical or figurative) A starts building a provisional interpretation A1 of the text; whenever A returns to B, he/she has already some interpretational elements to start with, and from there A progresses beyond, grasping new aspects B2, B3 and hence going to A2 and so on (COIL). If B is not just a linguistic text, but another human subject, then B undergoes similar hermeneutic updates as A; this is a picture of the dialogical exchange between two human beings.