Top down - bottom up

Ron Blue rcb5 at MSN.COM
Tue Aug 18 00:11:06 EST 1998



>In article <6qa88e$1u86$1 at www.univie.ac.at>, "barbara schön"
><a8651977 at unet.univie.ac.at> wrote:
>
>> Who knows in which book (or books) top down and bottom up processes are
>> explained.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Both are correct and wrong at the same time.  The answer is simple and
complex at the same time.   Wavelets of stimulation interacting with stored
anti-wavelet filters  {long term or short term potentiation} which results in a
bottom up
processing.   The interaction of higher order wavelet harmonics results in a top
down
processing ultimately resulting in an average or balance of interactions or
homeostasis.    In a well adjusted person the two approaches are balanced with
both processes functioning as a duality.  Two then becomes a singularity of one.
Using a binary system 1-1= 0 or a positive activation wavelet interacting with
negative memory filter wavelets results in neutrality.

Ron Blue
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