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2007

The OAR Model of Neural Informatics for Internal Knowledge Representation in the Brain

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The OAR Model of Neural Informatics for Internal Knowledge Representation in the Brain
The cognitive models of information representation are fundamental research areas in cognitive informatics, which attempts to reveal the mechanisms and potential of the brain in learning and knowledge representation. Because memory is the foundation of all forms of natural intelligence, a generic model of memory, particularly the long-term memory, may explain the fundamental mechanism of internal information representation and the forms of learning results. This article presents the Object-Attribute-Relation (OAR) model to formally represent the structures of internal information and knowledge acquired and learned in the brain. The neural informatics model of human memory is introduced with particular focus on the long-term memory. Then, the OAR model that explains the mechanisms of internal knowledge and information representation in the brain is formally described, and the physical and physiological meanings of this model are explained. Based on the OAR model, knowledge structures a...
Yingxu Wang
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where IJCINI
Authors Yingxu Wang
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