Multi Modal Methods of Information Transmission

Jim Brander

Different methods of transmission of information are described within a network formalization of the analytic operators. Examples are given of where switching occurs between the methods. Control of switching is taking place at the lowest possible level, the operators themselves. It is suggested that, for complex high level tasks, no simple means of problem decomposition and assembly of separate dedicated subsystems is possible, nor is one needed.

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