Dreaming Machine #3

Rough Ideas Architecture

REM sleep and dreaming: towards a theory of protoconsciousness

Hobson Core Ideas Primary consciousness (p803) Secondary consciousness Dreams involve features of primary consciousness, and not so much secondary. See the following features:
http://www.nature.com/nrn/journal/v10/n11/extref/nrn2716-s1.pdf Dream Consciousness and protoconsciousness The neurobiology of conscious state control (AIM) p808 foot 66 Imaging, Lesion and EEG Studies

The Evolution of Multiple Memory Systems

Sherry

Machine Perception

Biopsychology

Chapter 6 (Visual System)

A neural model of selective attention and object segmentation in the visual scene:

An approach based on partial synchronization and star-like architecture of connections Roman Borisyuka, Yakov Kazanovichb, David Chika, Vadim Tikhanoffa, Angelo Cangelosia Core Ideas Introduction: Module A (Selective Attention) Section 2 Module B (Contour Extraction) Section 3 Module C (Object Segmentation) Section 4 p713

The role of context in object recognition

Oliva & Torralba, 2007

Rapid Biologically-Inspired Scene Classification Using Features Shared with Visual Attention

Christian Siagian,

Dream Theory

Philosophical Artistic / Literary Psycological Cognitive / Neurological Computational Dreaming Machine #3 Memory Theory Machine Consciousness Machine Emotion Machine Perception

Dreaming and the brain: from phenomenology to neurophysiology

Yuval Nir & Giulio Tononi, 2009