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From Eating Behavior to Dialogue Using Language; Evolution of Neural Network

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In this paper, logic is developed based on the view that the brain nerve circuit is composed of a combination of neural circuits with the same function. The subject of logic is animal's action; from early evolved animals that only perform feeding to more evolved animals that have ability to act as groups. In Chapter 2, reconstructed and outlined the previously published papers described about Basic Unit. Using category theory, Basic Unit is defined as an object in neural network (defined as category). By setting functions between categories, behavior of multiple categories express imitation behavior not only eating behavior. These functions enable collective actions and are the basis of individual communication. Chapter 3 describes the essential functions which human communication make superiority to non-human communication. First, a new neural network is placed on the top level of the existing neural network. The new neural network operates asynchronously with the existing neural network directly involved with the senses and motile organ. Next, a process to share events that are recognized by new neural networks among companions is presented. In other words, dialogue deploys individual knowledge to group knowledge. It is clear that the spreading of knowledge from individuals to groups is one of the most value of language. On dialogue session, there is no guarantee that the listener understands the content with just one explanation of the speaker. Speakers guess the understanding level of the listener from listener's actions and expects the following content. The contents of next dialog are opposition, misunderstandings, corrections, supplements, and etc. Ordinary, after resulting trial and error, both speakers become satisfied situation. But sometimes the dialogue ends without satisfied situation. These dialog processes are represented as changes in dialog content according to the internal state of high -level neural networks related to the reception of time series data.

DOI 10.11648/j.ajnna.20220802.12
Published in American Journal of Neural Networks and Applications ( Volume 8, Issue 2, December 2022 )
Page(s) 17-23
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Keywords

Context Corresponding Neuron layers, Getting Knowledge by Dialogue, Category Theory, Dialog Between Persons, Descriptive World in Brain, Real World in Brain

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