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Review Article Pages 44-59
Abstract: An important facet of human cognition is the ability to retrieve information accurately and in sufficient detail across a wide variety of domains. This is particularly relevant in the domain of school examinations. It has been well established that successful retrieval of momentarily wanted information depends to some extent on the inhibition of unwanted, competing information.
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Review Article Pages 39-43
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to provide sheaf theoretic formulations of the functions of a brain based on the theory of temporal topos, which is often abbreviated as t-topos) as developed in Kato. Our methods come from T-topos theory, which has been studied for the purpose of quantum gravity treating the concept of gravity in microcosm by capturing the associated sheaf with space-time.
Review Article Pages 28-38
Abstract: This paper addresses how one apprehends variability. Statistics does provide estimators like variance and standard error. After a recall of usual formulae, the already known partial variance is set as a strict axiomatic extension.