H.H. Diebner and F. Grond:
Usability of Synchronization for Cognitive Modeling. (pdf)
Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 25, 905-910 (2005).
We discuss the synchronization features of a previously introduced adaptive system for dynamics recognition in more detail. We investigate the usability of synchronization for modeling and parameter estimations. It is pointed out inhowfar the adaptive system based on synchronization can become a powerful tool in modeling. The adaptive system can store modules of pre-adapted dynamics and is potentially capable of undergoing self-modification. We compare the stored modules with pre-knowledge that a modeler puts into his or her models. In this sense the adaptive system functions like an expert system.
F Grond, HH Diebner, S Sahle, A Mathias, S Fischer and OE Rossler: A robust, locally interpretable algorithm for Lyapunov exponents. (pdf) Chaos, Solitons & Fractals Chaos 16, 841-852 (2003).
F. Grond and H.H. Diebner: Local Lyapunov exponents for dissipative continuous systems. (pdf) Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 23, 1809-1817 (2005).
H.H. Diebner, S. Sahle and A.A. Hoff: A Realtime Adaptive System for Dynamics Recognition. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 13/4, 781-786, (2002). (abstract or pdf)
Hans H. Diebner, Axel A. Hoff, Adolf Mathias, Horst Prehn, Marco Rohrbach and Sven Sahle: Towards a Second Cybernetics Model for Cognitive Systems. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 13/7, 1465-1474, (2002). (abstract or pdf)
Hans H. Diebner, Axel A. Hoff, Adolf Mathias, Horst Prehn, Marco Rohrbach and Sven Sahle: Control and Adaptation of spatio-temporal patterns. Z. Naturforsch.56a, 663-661 (2001). (abstract)
Hans H. Diebner: A Simulating Cognitive System with Adaptive Capability. BioSystems 64/1-3, 141-147 (2002). (abstract or pdf)
Hans H. Diebner and Peter Weibel: Stimulus Meets Simulus - Thoughts on the Interface. Telematik 8, 45-50 (1/2002). (abstract)
Related media installations:
Hans H. Diebner and Sven Sahle: Liquid Perceptron (2000/2003). A reactive simulation of a pattern forming system of coupled oscillators.