Laxmidhar Behera, Indrani Kar, and Avshalom C. Elitzur
Summary. Although the biological body consists of many individual parts or agents, our experience is holistic. We suggest that collective response behavior is a key feature in intelligence. A nonlinear Schrodinger wave equation is used to model collective response behavior. It is shown that such a paradigm can naturally make a model more intelligent. This aspect has been demonstrated through an application - intelligent filtering - where complex signals are denoised without any a priori knowledge about either signal or noise. Such a paradigm has also helped us to model eye-tracking behavior. Experimental observations such as saccadic and smooth-pursuit eye-movement behavior have been successfully predicted by this model.
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