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2010
Springer

Cognitive Informatics and Denotational Mathematical Means for Brain Informatics

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Cognitive Informatics and Denotational Mathematical Means for Brain Informatics
Cognitive informatics studies the natural intelligence and the brain from a theoretical and a computational approach, which rigorously explains the ms of the brain by a fundamental theory known as abstract intelligence, and formally models the brain by contemporary denotational mathematics. This paper, as an extended summary of the invited keynote presented in AMT-BI 2010, describes the interplay of cognitive informatics, intelligence, denotational mathematics, brain informatics, and computational intelligence. Some of the theoretical foundations for brain informatics developed in cognitive informatics are elaborated. A key notion recognized in recent studies in cognitive informatics is that the root and objective in natural, abstract, and artificial intelligence in general, and in cognitive informatics and brain informatics in particular, is to seek suitable mathematical means for their special needs that were missing in the last six decades. A layered reference model of the brain and...
Yingxu Wang
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where BRAIN
Authors Yingxu Wang
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