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Articles by Christiane Paul:

Neural Networks vs. Computer-Networked Environments: Cognition and Communication in Digital Art

Similarities between the functional principles of neural networks and computer networks have recently been discussed in fields as varied as new media theory, computer science, neurobiology, cognitive science, or mathematics. On a more metaphorical level, these parallels are obvious: the neural networks of our brains allow for the transmission and analysis of multiple kinds of information – on a sensoric and cognitive level; computer networks, such as the Internet and World Wide Web, equally establish environments of linked nodes that allow for the processing of information. The dream of hypermedia applications (even if it hasn’t been quite fulfilled yet) is to establish webs of associative …

This post is in: Journal of Neuro-Aesthetic Theory #3 (2003-04)

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