By Sisir Roy
This ebook discusses the paradigm of quantum ontology as a suitable version for measuring cognitive procedures. It basically exhibits the inadequacy of the appliance of classical chance idea in modelling the human cognitive area. The chapters examine the context dependence and neuronal foundation of cognition in a coherent demeanour. in accordance with this framework, epistemological concerns with regards to choice making and frame of mind are noticeable to be just like concerns regarding equanimity and impartial brain, as mentioned in Buddhist standpoint. the writer states that quantum ontology as a modelling device can help scientists create new methodologies of modelling in different streams of technology to boot.
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Decision Making and Modelling in Cognitive Science by Sisir Roy