rcb5 at msn.com
Thu Oct 4 08:32:48 EST 2001
> >I do know scientists that try to model neural processing as a
> >wavelet-based mechanism. But even these people are very cautious about
> >claiming that the brain actually uses wavelet algorithms to do
> >anything itself.
I agree if it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it does not necessarily
make it a duck. But it would be wise to be looking for a duck. Don't be
the first to jump on the bandwagon of a new duck or wavelet theory, but
don't be the last either.
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