Information processing and Fechner's problem as a choice of arithmetic

Research paper by Marek Czachor

Indexed on: 25 Feb '16Published on: 25 Feb '16Published in: Quantitative Biology - Neurons and Cognition


Fechner's law and its modern generalizations can be regarded as manifestations of alternative forms of arithmetic, coexisting at stimulus and sensation levels. The world of sensations may be thus described by a generalization of the standard mathematical calculus.