JQIS  Vol.5 No.2 , June 2015
Stochastic Resonance Synergetics—Quantum Information Theory for Multidimensional Scaling
Abstract: A quantum information theory is derived for multidimensional signals scaling. Dynamical data modeling methodology is described for decomposing a signal in a coupled structure of binding synergies, in scale-space. Mass conservation principle, along with a generalized uncertainty relation, and the scale-space wave propagation lead to a polynomial decomposition of information. Statistical map of data, through dynamical cascades, gives an effective way of coding and assessing its control structure. Using a multi-scale approach, the scale-space wave information propagation is utilized in computing stochastic resonance synergies (SRS), and a data ensemble is conceptualized within an atomic structure. In this paper, we show the analysis of multidimensional data scatter, exhibiting a point scaling property. We discuss applications in image processing, as well as, in neuroimaging. Functional neuro-cortical mapping by multidimensional scaling is explained for two behaviorally correlated auditory experiments, whose BOLD signals are recorded by fMRI. The point scaling property of the information flow between the signals recorded in those two experiments is analyzed in conjunction with the cortical feature detector findings and the auditory tonotopic map. The brain wave nucleons from an EEG scan, along with a distance measure of synchronicity of the brain wave patterns, are also explained.
Cite this paper: Jovovic, M. (2015) Stochastic Resonance Synergetics—Quantum Information Theory for Multidimensional Scaling. Journal of Quantum Information Science, 5, 47-57. doi: 10.4236/jqis.2015.52007.

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