FUNCTIONAL STRUCTURE OF COMPARATOR’S PREDICATE IN THE COMPARTMENT IDENTIFICATION METHOD

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Areej Adnan Abed
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1449-1037

Abstract

Intelligence theory studies the connection between the subjective and objective worlds perceived and analyzed by human intellect. Therefore, on the one hand, intelligence theory must correspond to the objective requirements adopted in physical sciences as science; on the other hand, it is compelled to rely on introspective intelligence data. Like other exact sciences, intelligence theory needs a special mathematical language corresponding to the intelligence theory object; special methods suitable for objective study of human intelligence. The basic method of objective analysis and modeling of human intelligence is comparative identification method. In the method the subject realizes a certain final predicate by his behavior. In accordance with the method, an experimental study of this predicates’ properties is conducted, then, basing on the results a mathematical the subject’s reactions model subjective states of its intelligence is constructed. Comparative identification method accurate of isomorphism allows t find a function transforming physical situations into subjective images generated by them. In this article a comparator predicate decomposition is performed and its functional structure is analyzed, the process of the human intellect subjective states multiplicities factorization is studied.

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Abed, A. A. (2018). FUNCTIONAL STRUCTURE OF COMPARATOR’S PREDICATE IN THE COMPARTMENT IDENTIFICATION METHOD. Advanced Information Systems, 2(2), 78–83. https://doi.org/10.20998/2522-9052.2018.2.13
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Intelligent information systems
Author Biography

Areej Adnan Abed, Al-Maaref University College Al Anbar

Instructor

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