From: Dace (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 01 May 2003 - 23:40:03 GMT
> From: Chris Taylor <Christopher.Taylor@man.ac.uk>
> > it fits less well with the idea
> > of mechanistic processing.
> Bad choice of phrase - I mean that (for example) when catching a cricket
> ball you _do not_ do the maths, you just match to your previous
> experiences of catching (and the eidos of it you have refined over the
> years - in effect a fully functional toy/model of the behaviour, built
> by tuning though, not metrication).
I take it you mean that brains don't do algorithms. It's a reasonable
supposition, since algirithms were invented in the early 20th century, and
brains have been around a little longer.
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