This chapter extends recent mathematical approaches to high level cognitive function and distributed cognition (Wallace 2005a; Wallace and Fullilove, 2008). It provides a general theory that can be applied to a cognitive paradigm for gene expression. Several such processes may, in fact, operate simultaneously or sequentially and interact with each other as well as with larger, embedding, structures: not one, but many, cognitive gene expression phenomena. Addressing this level of complexity requires signicant mathematical overhead.
KeywordsMorse Theory Free Energy Density Rate Distortion Giant Component Inattentional Blindness
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