Emergence of dynamic form through phase relations in dynamic systems

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Publication Type Manuscript
School or College College of Social & Behavioral Science
Department Psychology
Creator Malloy, Thomas E.; Jensen, Gary C.
Title Emergence of dynamic form through phase relations in dynamic systems
Date 2005-10-24
Description Gregory Bateson construes mental process as the flow and transforms of differences in a system. Stuart Kauffman uses NK Boolean systems to model the emergence of order in biological evolution. Because the Boolean base (0, 1) maps to Bateson's idea of difference, we simulate Bateson's epistemology with a Boolean system. Following Bateson's idea that knowledge emerges from the relations among multiple (at least two) descriptions, where a description is here defined as a systematic process that encodes relations between two such descriptions. The first description is retinal activity, which here is modeled as a discrete dynamic system that falls into different attractor cycles with simulation model we also propose a second, representational, description. Dynamic from perception emerges from the phase relations between the frequencies of the two descriptions. Moreover, two classes of forms, fundamental and derived, emerge from these phase relations.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
First Page 1
Last Page 14
Subject Systems; Psychology; Models
Subject LCSH Perception; Cognition; Thought and thinking
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Malloy, T.E. & Jensen, G.C. (2005). The Emergence of Dynamic Form Through Phase Relations in Dynamic Systems, 1-14.
Rights Management © 2005 Thomas E. Malloy & Gary C. Jensen
Format Medium application/pdf
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ARK ark:/87278/s66407ck
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 707145
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s66407ck
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