Topological considerations of memory structure

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The human memory system is an integration of three distributed memory systems associated with respective autonomous organic systems; the perceptual system that takes care of sensory input from the environment, the conscious system that performs deliberate decision making, and the unconscious system that carries out action selections in the environment. The memory system works as a memory component in the comprehensive brain model, MHP/RT [3], which is capable of simulating human daily behavior considering the real time constraints that should define strong mutual dependencies among the three systems. This paper reconsiders MHP/RT's memory system by mapping it on the real interconnections between the cranial nerves and the spinal nerves to obtain a topological representation of the distributed memory system.




Kitajima, M., & Toyota, M. (2014). Topological considerations of memory structure. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 41, pp. 45–50). Elsevier B.V.

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