Title

Geometroneurodynamic Source

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2003

Abstract

Hilbert space structure is assumed as a valid geometric description for neurodynamics, i.e., for applying any kind of quantum formalism in brain dynamics. The orientation selectivity of the neurons is used as a justification to construct a type of statistical distance function which is proportional to the usual distance (or angle) between orientations of the neurons. The equivalence between the statistical distance and the Hilbert-space distance is discussed within this framework. It gives rise to the possibility of reanalysing the issue of measurement and information processing in the brain function.

Comments

This is the pre-print of an article that will be published at a later date. This version has not yet undergone peer review and may differ from the final, published version.