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The mathematical modeling of some aspects of cognitive recognition of complex objects with the spatial perspective

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The approach and design of experimental studies on the visual perception of the spatially ambiguous objects is presented. A mathematical model of the cognitive recognition of ambiguous object (Necker cube) is developed on the basis of a combination of approaches of nonlinear dynamics and statistical evaluations. The theoretical model shows good agreement with experimental data.

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cognitive psychology; electroencephalography; simulation; bistable perception

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DOI

10.20310/1810-0198-2017-22-1-33-38

UDC

51-76, 612.821.89

Pages

33-38

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2016-06-23

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Mathematics

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