Wavelet answer: Re: question: job of a neuron

Ron Blue rcb5 at msn.com
Sun Sep 2 11:46:41 EST 2001

> It is really not appropriate to ask what its "task" is.  That would be
> like asking what the task of a particular "flip-flop" element in the
> internal logic of CPU storage register is.

The task of the CPU is store bits at particular memory map locations.

The task of the neuron is to store holographic wavelet interference patterns
at particular memory map brain locations formed by reciprocal associative
weighted memory histories.  The correlational opponent processing results in
a fuzzy creative self organization causing unexpected answers.

>  Its task is to use its
> biochemical and biochemical machinery to process information.  One
> real difference between neurons and electronic computational elements
> is that neurons tend to change their properties as a result of the
> information processing they do -- they show plasticity.


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