PseudoCode

Pseudocode

PseudoCode is a 'language syntax shorthand notation' that uses expressions in between human language and computer programming language. A programmer tries to write down cause-effect actions, using normal human words, so that a laymen (with no programming experience) can read and understand the serie of commands (= algorithms) that execute a specific computer process.

CPER paradigm:
In the category 'Bio-Mental Cybernetics', the term (Bio-)PseudoCode is used to denote the following: To describe in plain language (shorthand notation), mental algorithms based on neuronal mechanisms that form feelings or thoughts, especially in human beings.

Bio-Mental Cybernetics describes the underlying mechanism of certain cause-effect phenomena that emerged during evolution to give rise to brain processes with regard to emotions (feelings) and cognitions (thought).

Mental-pseudocode (also called: neuro-pseudocode) denotes, on the concrete level, the actual thought process as a result of functional neuronal process.

Evo-pseudocode (also called: meta-pseudocode) describes, on a meta level, the way evolution gave birth to processes by which animals obtained the ability to generate brain processes resembling human thought.

 

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