Relationship Between Uncertainty and Emergence (neuroscience)?by PhysiPhile Tags: emergence, neuroscience, relationship, uncertainty 

#19
Jan1512, 03:20 PM

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonlinear_system 



#20
Jan1512, 03:26 PM

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I know what a nonlinear system is but just can't imagine how this has to do with summing parts. Oh well. I will do some reading rather than clogging this thread with naive questions. Thanks. 



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Jan1512, 03:32 PM

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#22
Jan1512, 10:56 PM

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If you can get a hold of papers by this guy:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arnold_J._Mandell I took a baby Chaos/Math Biology independent study class with him; brain function and chaos is all he talked about . Sorry I could not find closer links. 



#23
Feb712, 10:29 PM

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Interesting update!
So at the risk of looking very foolish I brought up my idea to a neurologist who specializes in dementia at my medical school. He told me that he actually published a paper on that topic that I brought up in my initial post. He approached it by using graph theory. I've attached the paper. 


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