Cognitive Logic
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Knowledge Reasoning

Cognitive Logic contains induction, deduction and reduction, three and only three functions. Induction is a process that learns relations into knowledge system. Knowledge system contains two sets of memories, perceptual memory and conceptual memory. Relations are learned and stored in between the two memories. Deduction is to retrieve conceptual relations mapped from perceptual information. Reduction is to retrieve perceptual relations mapped from conceptual information. Deduction and reduction are two inverse functions. From mathematics and computer science point of view, perceptual-conceptual information retrieval is a model of bi-jection mapping, however, the conventional concept of bi-jection has to be modified as perceptual-conceptual iterative sets.

Conceptual-Perceptual Information Mapping


There are two kind of memories in the human brain, conceptual memory and perceptual memory. Relations are learned and stored in between these two memories. When we reason, information processed in between the two memories back and forth.

In mathematics point of view, conceptual-perceptual memory system is a new model of folded neural network. This new model of neural network is also a new kind of three dimentional graph.

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