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The observer as categoriser

Bierschenk, Bernhard LU (2002) In Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research 84.
Abstract
This article concerns the rotation-translation hypothesis. Oscillations in pattern dynamics are shown to produce perspective transformations of motifs and themes. At the kinematic level, this condition has made it possible to extract different perspective orientations. As a result, it is shown that motifs carry intentional cues and locate structurally the observer’s thematic orientation. Since the original text and its translation share highly similar informa¬tional invariants, their attractor spaces appear as structurally alike. With reference to the general recognition problems, the capacity to induce dynamics in another system and to demonstrate their similitude has meaning and important implications for system synthesis.
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synthetic proposition, translation, structural invariance, sources of accusation, interval-dependence, displacements, real time imaging, holophors, interview
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Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research
volume
84
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29 pages
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Copenhagen University & Lund University
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0281-9864
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Human Resources in Work Life
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English
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yes
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http://archive.org/details/studiesinconsciousness
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  author       = {Bierschenk, Bernhard},
  institution  = {Copenhagen University & Lund University},
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  language     = {eng},
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  series       = {Kognitionsvetenskaplig forskning / Cognitive Science Research},
  title        = {The observer as categoriser},
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  year         = {2002},
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