Biocybernetic Factors in Human Perception and Memory
Semi-Annual rept. 1 Jun-30 Nov 1973
STANFORD UNIV CA STANFORD ELECTRONICS LABS
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The primary concern of the research project is the development of biocybernetic concepts and techniques required for the analysis and development of skills useful for the manipulation and control of memory functions, particularly those related to the more concrete eidetic images. In particular, the authors are concentrating on the problem of achieving biocybernetic expansion of human visual memory through the use of real-time computerized monitoring and feedback of cues that serve as keys to memory encoding and retrieval. The approach represents a more or less logical extension of the considerable evidence that the human nervous system depends heavily upon spatial and temporal cues both in the encoding and decoding of memories, especially sensory images.
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