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Brain Neurodynamic and Tensor Calculus

  • Germano Resconi
Part of the Studies in Computational Intelligence book series (SCI, volume 407)

Abstract

This chapter presents the neurodynamic of brain as a part of a geometric space. Logic is not only true and false but new topics in logic as fuzzy set and many valued logic extend the simple idea of true and false to values or coordinates in geometric space where the true and false are positions in this space. Thus, the holistic approach to Fuzzy and many value logic of the agent can be well represented by geometry of agent knowledge. We assume that Logic is included into the neurodynamic of the Brain.

Keywords

Fisher Information Ordinary Differential Equation Geometric Space Tensor Calculus Analog Electrical Circuit 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dept. Mathematics and PhysicsCatholic UniversityBresciaItaly

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