Neuronal CDMA & Neural Spread Spectrum Modeling of Biological Neurons & Brain Circuits

Postulates: Single neurons (and glia) in biological nervous systems are capable of supporting multiple, parallel, concurrent, simultaneous, separate (message) flow streams or sequences (logical channels, tracks, communication virtual circuits, with phrase-structured data, messages or signals); from (dendritic synaptic) inputs, across the neuron, to (axonal synaptic) outputs The primary mechanisms and processes for achieving this multi-flow switching and routing (flow overlays and superimpositions) can be characterized and modeled as spread spectrum techniques, or specifically code division multi-access (CDMA) protocols. Logical flow streams are tagged using neuromones (in analogy to pheromones), and cellular and sub-cellular processes in the neuron (and glia) use the neuromones to do the flow routing and switching. A computer architecture viewpoint. This is NOT the same as saying "a brain is like a computer" or "a computer is like a brain"

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