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Leonid B. Emelyanov-Yaroslavsky


1 Introduction
2 Spike in neuron is necessary for neuron itself
3 Optimal spike generation frequency
4 Sleep and awaking
5 Active memory
6 Emotional control
7 Dynamics of EC and memory relations
8 Decision making
9 Emotional tint of memory
10 Subconscience – memory's own life
11 Higher functions – speech, fancying, thinking

Abstract The set of principles is proposed, aimed to the minimization of neurons' energy consumption and resulting in the consecutive self-organization of neural network. Intelligence is being achieved as a by-product. The main stages of self-organization of intelligence are considered. The concept permits to describe structurally the higher functions of brain and can be used both in engineering, and in biology.

 Keywords: neuron, neural network, artificial intelligence, self-organization, simulation.


This paper was written in 1992



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