Sunday, November 17, 2013

Social behavior disorder due to hidden self-perpetuating loops



The Closed-loop controller can track, target, and respond to Open- loop mode in a brain, and eventually it transfers sensed value to outputs.  Minimizing number of Open- loops can produce harmonic balance in brain balance achievement. Associated Primary Instincts cannot sometimes respond to open loop mode; therefore, they become open loops too.

Associated Primary Instincts can sometimes become habitually resident (Open loop) in brain component due to respond tough criteria for Closed loop controller. These Associated Primary Instincts become frustrated loops because they cannot respond to criteria and establish Closed-loop. Their processes become hidden self-perpetuating loops and modify social behavior in the long term; consequently, Complex Biological Systems may behave habitually, chronically and compulsively in social environment.  

The Closed-loop controller monitors and sends feedback to instance parameters of Open-loop process according to the following statements.

In the first stage, instance obstacle parameters of Open- loop mode can be identified by Closed-loop controller. In the second stage, Closed- loop controller send signal to Secondary Instinct for activation of Associated Primary Instincts. In the fourth stage, Instance parameters of Associated Primary Instincts run multiple processes in order to solve obstacle parameters in an Open-loop. In the fifth stage, instance parameters of Associated Primary Instincts send feedback critical keys to an Open- loop mode and create Closed-loop process mode in a brain. Complex Parameters can be transferred by Closed-loop controller to Secondary Instinct. In the sixth stage, Secondary Instincts must detect optimal Associated Primary Instincts and rerun for errors in Open-loop mode. Optimal Associated Primary Instincts focus to resolve issues and transmit outputs to Closed-loop controller for further investigation.

In the worst case scenario, algorithm parameters in Associated Primary Instincts cannot resolve errors and Open-loop sustain in brain mechanism.  At this juncture, External environments can also resolve complexity and contribute towards Closed- loop operation. However, there is a risk for social behavior disorder after critical resolution.  Some Associated Primary Instincts may create self-perpetuating loop. Certain Associated Primary Instincts would not be inactivated by Secondary Instinct and they might continue sending feedback to closed-loop processing (habitual behavior and anxiety). Most Associated Primary Instincts can become inactive when Secondary Instinct kills active session for Associated Primary Instinct.  Those active Associated Primary Instincts can become inactive through external environment.

For example, a poor man with austerity life style becomes suddenly wealthy. He can keep some strategies in his austerity life style. Those strategies are instance variable of Associated Primary Instincts. Psychological therapy might contribute to inactivate Associated Primary Instincts in a brain mechanism. Psychological therapy consider as an external influence on brain mechanism and social behavior in this case.
                                                                         

                                                                    


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The Black box testing method is used for tracking and allocating algorithm parameters in Brain.


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The Interdisciplinary Research and Perspective is based on Systems Theory.

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