T-patterns, external memory and mass-societies in proteins and humans: In an eye-blink the naked ape became a string-controlled citizen

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Abstract

This project started in the 1970′s inspired by biological behavior research (Morris, 1967; Tinbergen, 1965) including that of N. Tinbergen, K. Lorenz and K. von Frisch, for which they shared a Nobel Prize in 1973 in Medicine or Physiology, the first for ethological research. Further inspiration came from research on social insects and children (Montagner, 1971, 2012), interactions in human adults (Duncan & Fiske, 1977), probabilistic real-time analysis of behavior (Skinner, 1969) and linguistic analysis (Chomsky, 1957). There was not yet talk of self-similarity or nano scale agents. Adequate computational pattern discovery required models, algorithms and software, which has led to the definition of the scale independent T-pattern and related pattern types making up the T-system and the creation of the only available dedicated special purpose T-pattern and T-system pattern detection algorithms and software, THEME™. Theme has already allowed the detection of T-patterns in many different research areas from human to neuronal interactions at time scales from days to 10−6 s and finally spatial T-patterns and T-strings in textual and molecular strings. Similarity of temporal and spatial patterning from human to neuronal interactions to giant purely informational physical strings, DNA and texts, seems to exist and biologically extremely recent self-similarity between each human mass-society and the protein mass-societies of the cells making up each of its typically >104 individuals. Giant T-patterned text strings, T-strings, as external memory have in a biological eye blink allowed the development of modern mass-societies with their science and technology allowing the discovery of this biologically sudden advent of unique self-similarity and thus a bio-mathematical continuum between nano and human scales, which may change views on modern human mass-societies and their modern lifestyle and issues.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages113146
JournalPhysiology & Behavior
Volume227
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2020

Other keywords

  • Ethology
  • Fractals
  • Interaction
  • Mass-societies
  • Neuronal network
  • Self-similarity
  • T-pattern
  • T-strings
  • Minni
  • Atferli
  • Taugaboð
  • Taugakerfi

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