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Re: detection and identification
>detection showed no decrement in performance during a divided
>attention task whereas identification did show a loss in performance ...
>Presumably, the identification mechanism used a limited attentional
>resource (e.g., memory) whereas detection did not.
... This is "because" SOURCE separation precedes detection,
i.e., you can NOT "detect" that which is not already available as
being --- distinct-from --- an environment !
... Whereas, detection precedes identification.
... Identification is simply a higher level of "detection" in which
learned patterns vie for best-match among the dissimilar and
the similar ... identification is best modelled (today's technology)
as a self-organized neural map.
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