Presentation on theme: "Hands-on modelling of perceptual switching in coupled rotations of four ordered oppositional pairs: chiral quaternions. Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology."— Presentation transcript:
Hands-on modelling of perceptual switching in coupled rotations of four ordered oppositional pairs: chiral quaternions. Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology & Life Sciences 26th Annual International Conference 29-31 July, 2016 University of Utah, Salt Lake City UT, USA
A control system that works on the principle of order, not a balance X
Applications Model for perceptual switching System for processing information about social relationships (me, you, mine, yours) viewed from both sides Game Co-ordination of muscle antagonist pairs potential treatment for stroke Voting/decision making Coupling transfers of goods and services (exchange) Social robot?
Game play of two tokens using left and right musculature (or mental imagery of this) co-ordinated with perceptual switching of social relationship states potential application in stroke rehabilitation
Code for experimentation: Vote on choice of sandwiches (switching for and against) http://chiral.campaign.gets.cc/campaign/sandwiches.cshtm Model for exchange of foods (switching ownership) http://chiral.gets.cc/login.aspx?deny=1&strMode=NotSignedIn Login: clienta, clientb, clientc, clientd, cliente or clientf Password: tusq500 www.chiralkine.com
Conclusions A model has been derived for a control system based upon the principle of order, not a balance. The building blocks are chiral quaternions manipulated as ordered triplet pairs. The system could be developed for perceptual switching, co- ordination of muscle antagonist pairs and coding both sides in social and economic relationships.
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Algorithm and computer code development: Initial exploratory work: Michael Linton, Bruno Vernier (Seedstock Community Currency, Vancouver BC, Canada), Frances and Martin Hay (UK) Code created by: Indrajeet Singh and Himanshu Shukla (Sanskriti IT Solutions, India) in association with Richard Logie (GETS, Scotland), Frances and Martin Hay (UK)