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By John Anderson (auth.), Ning Zhong, Kuncheng Li, Shengfu Lu, Lin Chen (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the refereed complaints of the overseas convention on mind Informatics, BI 2009, held in Beijing, China, in October 2009.

The 21 revised full-length papers provided including the abstracts of 6 keynote lectures and five papers from a different consultation have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the e-book. The papers are equipped in topical sections on info processing meets mind sciences, pondering and perception-centric investigations of human info processing structures, info applied sciences for the administration and use of mind facts, in addition to cognition-inspired applications.

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Such a person reaches a stable equilibrium for which both the belief and the feeling have level 1. For cases where one of these β1 and β2 is 0 and the other one is 1, a stable equilibrium is reached where the belief gets the same level as the stimulus: b = s. 65 shown in the second trace in Figure 4). This clearly shows the effect of the feeling on the belief. 5 is illustrated in the first trace in Figure 4: b = f = s. Modelling the Reciprocal Interaction between Believing and Feeling 23 Table 1.

Further, recently the Shafir-Tversky statistical effect (well known in cognitive psychology) was represented by quantum model [18]. Moreover there is huge experimental evidence on phenomena (beyond neuron level) which supports quantum explanation [12, 36, 31, 11]. 3 Non-physical Level Non-physical refers to human information activity which cannot be explained on basis of established physical concepts and statistical theory. It is assumed that such activity is executed beyond any physical artifact/part of human body [26, 13, 14].

And as 28 J. Krajíček Feynman noted, the real world performs quantum mechanical computations exponentially faster than can classical simulations”. As we can see, real world computing is breaking the Turing paradigm [28]. In following we briefly summarize two main representatives of real world alternative computing (quantum, DNA computation) and discuss its properties. Both, quantum and DNA are not restricted to silicon chip HW platform (dealing physical walls), come from nature, real world observation, both are massive parallel (dealing theoretical walls) and promising to be more efficient.

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