Comparing the neural blackboard and the temporal synchrony-based SHRUTI architectures

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29 (1):84-86 (2006)
Abstract
Contrary to the assertions made in the target article, temporal synchrony, coupled with an appropriate choice of representational primitives, leads to a functionally adequate and neurally plausible architecture that addresses the massiveness of the binding problem, the problem of 2, the problem of variables, and the transformation of activity-based transient representations of events and situations into structure-based persistent encodings of the same.
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