DOI: 10.14704/nq.2015.13.3.846

The Quantum Phenomena in Computational Model of Neuro-Cognition States: An Analytical Approach

Susmit Bagchi

Abstract


The modeling of neurobiologic brain functions such as, cognition and consciousness are important research challenges having applications to other disciplines such as, bio-inspired soft computing and, adaptive distributed computing systems. The functions of brain and distributed computing structures have resemblances. This paper proposes a computational model of cognitive function and consciousness by using algebraic methods. Furthermore, the quantum mechanical basis of the cognitive model is formulated by using linear Hermitian. A set of choice functions is computed following the neurodynamics. The neuronal excitation is modeled by using trigonometric wave functions closely matching the neuronal firing. This paper illustrates an analytical approach to model neuronal excitation and, associated cognitive functions having quantum mechanical behaviour.

Keywords


Cognition; Consciousness; Hermitian operator; Distributed computing; Quantum mechanics

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