Sisir Roy's Decision Making and Modelling in Cognitive Science PDF

By Sisir Roy

ISBN-10: 8132236203

ISBN-13: 9788132236207

ISBN-10: 813223622X

ISBN-13: 9788132236221

This ebook discusses the paradigm of quantum ontology as a suitable version for measuring cognitive strategies. It sincerely exhibits the inadequacy of the applying of classical chance idea in modelling the human cognitive area. The chapters examine the context dependence and neuronal foundation of cognition in a coherent demeanour. based on this framework, epistemological concerns relating to choice making and mind set are obvious to be just like matters concerning equanimity and impartial brain, as mentioned in Buddhist standpoint. the writer states that quantum ontology as a modelling instrument can assist scientists create new methodologies of modelling in different streams of technology besides.

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The failure of dominance therefore could be the only answer to this kind of violation culminating in the proper counter-example to a normative model. It is due to this fact that this could be the observation to be explained by the descriptive model, and it appear to be a challenge for a prospective model. 2 The Axiomatic Approach The axiomatic approach, belonging to the first category of approaches, plays an important role in formulating theories of decision making (Roberst 1979). In this process, theories of decision making are often formulated in terms of deterministic axioms that do not necessarily account for stochastic variations that attends empirical data.

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Finally, the conclusive remarks and future directions of research are discussed in Chap. 10. Moreover, the epistemological issues related to decision making and judgment in the context of quantum probability are also discussed in this final chapter. Various schools of eastern philosophy, both orthodox and heterodox, have debated issues of decision making and judgment for many centuries. The mind and its various states are investigated within their frameworks in this pretext. The concept “equanimity” (sthitaprajna) has been extensively discussed in the Bhagavad Gita as well as in Buddhist philosophy.

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