Behavioral and Brain Sciences

Short Communication

Fragmented attractor boundaries in the KIII model of sensory information processing: A potential evidence of Cantor encoding in cognitive processes

Robert Kozma a1
a1 Department of Mathematical Sciences, Institute of Intelligent Systems, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN 38018


Spatio-temporal neuro-dynamics is a quickly developing field of brain research and Tsuda's work is a significant contribution toward establishing theoretical foundations in this area. It is conceivable that the fragmented attractor landscapes and dynamical memory patterns identified earlier in various K-sets are biologically plausible manifestations of attractor ruins, chaotic itinerancy, and Cantor encoding as applied to sensory information processing.