Author Topic: How experiential data influences enhanced concious states- Voidic Theory  (Read 382 times)

Km Anu

Access to memory is used to recall previous similar instances and may have relevant ties to access mechanisms defined in the field of machine learning. As of now, we can observe that short term memory is accessed in similar functions of data retrieval, while long term memory relies on situational cues, both internal and external. Most manifestations result in biased memory unless the user has an established form of emotional control. Furthermore, the effect of emotion is minimized to nearly un-detectable capacity while retaining or even improving its core function if the user has acquired methods of thought transmutation, banishment, free expression, coping, ect.

Emotional states also relay the cost value of predictive models by punishing the user for non-beneficial action (self motivated or otherwise.) Unless the user can acknowledge the cost value and adjust the model appropriately (take responsibility for and acknowledge their contribution to the perception of stress) malignant action or thought remains beneficial in the mind of the user, contrasting the reality of their actions. By taking responsibility for perceived error we are able to identify thoughts and action that contribute to the perceived failure and adjust them for later re-testing.


Focused attention determines resources spent on each predictive model in relation the to the value of success. This is how we plot courses of action in accordance with desire, or form desire all together. If the information is being considered to fill a need, focused attention determines the perception of that need's urgency.