12 September 2019

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Daniel Ferreira said...

Ouro:

"The theory claims that if a subjective experience can be represented as some kind of a mathematical object, then the symmetry of that object corresponds to how pleasant the experience is."

Platina:

"We can calculate the dissonance between CSHWs by determining their spatiotemporal proximity. In particular, harmonics that overlap with each other in a short interval of time would be highly unpleasant. By subtracting the dissonance and noise from the brain state, we obtain the amount of consonance."

Diamante:

https://www.qualiaresearchinstitute.org/