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Presentation 2012-03-16 10:00
The Linguistic Information and Human Evolution -- The Mechanism of Linguistic Automata: Concept, Grammar and Logical Concept --
Kimiaki Tokumaru (System Engineer) COMP2011-47
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(in English) Language is sign stimuli. Ethologists such as Lorenz and Timbergen indicated sign stimuli should release reflexes[1]. While the mechanism of reflexes has not yet been clarified, Pavlov’s experiments demonstrated that they are not brain neocortical phenomena. The author read intensively and repetitively the Network Theory and the Generative Grammar of N.K. Jerne, and came to a hypothesis that, (i) B-Lymphocytes in Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) memorize patterns “in persistent network modifications, which cannot be transmitted to our offspring”, and (ii) compose activation/decision/memorization networks with ventricular systems, namely lateral, third and fourth ventricles[2][3]. Word stimuli of concepts are memorized by B-Lymphocyte in Affinity Maturation process. When such memorized word stimuli are perceived by auditory organ, before Primary Auditory Cortex receives them, the Ascending Reticular Activating System (ARAS) in Spinal Cord activates B-cells in CSF. Then specific and selective Antigen-Antibody Responses take place, and stimulate nuclei such as thalamus and hypothalamus to invoke acquired spinal reflexes. The above explains the quantum physiological mechanism of Concept[4].
The Grammars are phonetic code to connect conceptual code into mono-dimensional serial order as well as to define mono-syllabic semantic modulation code. Thus they are associative memories of motor control of vocal organ and logics of semantic modulation. In Memory Theory, they can be categorized as Procedural Memories[5].
The combination of Concepts and Grammars enables to create purely Logical Concepts which are not perceivable by our sensory organ. To date, such logical concepts seem to have never been studied in linguistics. I wonder if in molecular biology base sequences representing logics have ever been discovered. When we realize that concepts are sign stimuli, dos and don’ts in acquisition, use and error-correction of logical concepts shall become clear. This paper is development of last year’s presentation with ethological semiotic analysis.[6]
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(in English) Digital Linguistics / Sign Stimuli / Reflexes / Networks / Logical Concept / Cerebrospinal Fluid / Immune Memory / Error Correction  
Reference Info. IEICE Tech. Rep., vol. 111, no. 494, COMP2011-47, pp. 1-8, March 2012.
Paper # COMP2011-47 
Date of Issue 2012-03-09 (COMP) 
ISSN Print edition: ISSN 0913-5685  Online edition: ISSN 2432-6380
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Committee COMP  
Conference Date 2012-03-16 - 2012-03-16 
Place (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
Place (in English) Univ. of Tokyo 
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Conference Code 2012-03-COMP 
Language Japanese 
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Title (in English) The Linguistic Information and Human Evolution 
Sub Title (in English) The Mechanism of Linguistic Automata: Concept, Grammar and Logical Concept 
Keyword(1) Digital Linguistics  
Keyword(2) Sign Stimuli  
Keyword(3) Reflexes  
Keyword(4) Networks  
Keyword(5) Logical Concept  
Keyword(6) Cerebrospinal Fluid  
Keyword(7) Immune Memory  
Keyword(8) Error Correction  
1st Author's Name Kimiaki Tokumaru  
1st Author's Affiliation Satellite System Engineer (System Engineer)
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Date Time 2012-03-16 10:00:00 
Presentation Time 35 
Registration for COMP 
Paper # IEICE-COMP2011-47 
Volume (vol) IEICE-111 
Number (no) no.494 
Page pp.1-8 
#Pages IEICE-8 
Date of Issue IEICE-COMP-2012-03-09 

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