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The Interductive Modification Model as a Neuromathematical Approach to Describe the Development of Neural Structures and their Interdependence with Environment

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Published Issue : Volume-4 Issue-2
Year of Publication : 2021
Unique Identification Number : IJSRED-V4I2P107
Authors : Waldemar Schwarzkopf
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Abstract :

This paper presents the elaboration of the Interductive Modification Model (IDM model) as an approach to understand the interdependence between neural systems and their environment. As a starting point, the Integrated Information Theory (IIT) as well as considerations in the field of neuroanatomy and the development of artificial consciousness are used as boundary conditions for an interaction model between neural structures and the environment via reciprocal affection. In order to formulate the processes of creation and destruction of neural connections, therefore their development, the Matrical Situarics (MS) is used, especially the classification function of affects. The construction of the IDM model results as a consequent formulation of successively appearing affections, called ducti, between the environment and the neural structure, as well as a separated mutation of the neural structure itself. Furthermore, succession functions are adapted to the ducti in order to complete the continuous description of interdependence processes. Subsequently, both functional and ductive cycles are embedded into a multidimensional space, in which multiple process cycles can occur simultaneously. However, the interdependencies within the environment are not discussed here yet. In fact, the model treats anything outside a neural structure as its environment, which includes the own body or even other neural structures as well. Hence, it has been formulated to leave space for further adjustment and elaboration. Summarizing, the IDM model is evolved from already sophisticated and accepted models, as well as an abstract approach. Therefore, it represents a quite distinct description of neural development, whereas the precision can be scaled arbitrarily, if necessary. Moreover, it explains that consciousness can solely evolve by perception and also provides an explanation for the well-known mirror test.