MENS, an Info-Computational Model for (Neuro-)cognitive Systems Capable of Creativity

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Title
MENS, an Info-Computational Model for (Neuro-)cognitive Systems Capable of Creativity
Abstract
MENS is a bio-inspired model for higher level cognitive systems; it is an application of the Memory Evolutive Systems developed with Vanbremeersch to model complex multi-scale, multi-agent self-organized systems, such as biological or social systems. Its development resorts to an info-computationalism: first we characterize the properties of the human brain/mind at the origin of higher order cognitive processes up to consciousness and creativity, then we ‘abstract’ them in a MENS mathematical model for natural or artificial cognitive systems. The model, based on a ‘dynamic’ Category Theory incorporating Time, emphasizes the computability problems which are raised.
Publication
Entropy
Volume
14
Pages
1703-1716
Date
2012
DOI
10/ggdf9t
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Semantic Scholar
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ZSCC: 0000017
Citation
Ehresmann, A. C. (2012). MENS, an Info-Computational Model for (Neuro-)cognitive Systems Capable of Creativity. Entropy, 14, 1703–1716. https://doi.org/10/ggdf9t
BIOLOGY, NEUROSCIENCE & PSYCHOLOGY
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