Emergic Cognitive Model

Emergic Cognitive Model

The Emergic Cognitive Model (or ECM) is a unifying cognitive model that develops genetically, i.e., based on development parameters or modeling DNA. ECM advances a single powerful theory of human cognition for explaining a variety of emergent phenomena described across experimental paradigms and academic disciplines

The unifying model has no free parameters, and its emergent behavior is commensurate with expectations in its developmental differences, as well as its interactions across a variety of environments, stimuli and situations.

Unifying modeling is guided by the principles of the Emergic Approach for progressing science. Thus, ECM is based on the Emergic Network (a computational architecture), is embodied and developed within virtual agents (persons), and situated within environments (worlds) of an Emergic Cognitive System, for non-representational real-time information processing.

Jittering retina of the Emergic Cognitive Model

Currently, the Emergic Cognitive Model supports low-level aspects of dynamic visual processing. It has a biological realistic retina (with a blind spot, a random placement of photoreceptors that grow in size beyond the fovea), and supports eye movement (including jitter) without motion blur, blinking, and object motion.

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