Deep- vs. surface structure

Cijadrachon cijadra at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Thu Oct 1 00:27:09 EST 1998


mentifex at scn.org (Mentifex) wrote:

>  Please first read up on the Default Standard Model of Mind online at
No thanks.
I already see  the stuff you write here:
>
>  /^^^^^^^^^^^\ Deep Structure: Surface Structure /^^^^^^^^^^^\
> /visual memory\                    ________     /  auditory   \
>|      /--------|-------\          / syntax \   |episodic memory|
>|      |  recog-|nition |          \________/---|-------------\ |
>|   ___|___     |       |              |        |    _______  | |
>|  /image  \    |     __V___        ___V___     |   /stored \ | |
>| / percept \   |    /deep  \------/lexical\----|--/ phonemes\| |
>| \ engrams /---|---/concepts\----/concepts \---|--\ of words/  |
>|  \_______/    |   \________/    \_________/   |   \_______/   |


First of all: No definition of which aras you count into the mind and
which ones not.

Then:
No discerning of different systems with visual memory in the brain.
No magical understanding of the brain.
No language structure understanding of  the brain.
No recognition understanding of the mind.
-  No  definition  of "episodic memory"?
- No definition of "deep concepts"
And so  on.

How about some day you get a vague idea either about the human brain
ar about building artificial intelligences, before keeping sending
them totally ... models like that one and others,
and naming them something to do with " THE  STANDARD model of mind"

There is nothing stnadard about it but the standard of you being wrong
in lot of you rmodels.



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