Lance Nizami, Ph.D.

"Lance Nizami"
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Nizami L. (2015) Homunculus strides again: why “information transmitted” in neuroscience tells us nothing Kybernetes. 44: 1358-1370
Nizami L. (2015) Flaws in loudness standard ANSI S3.4-2007: The derivation of nonzero sensation at absolute detection threshold is circular Inter-Noise 2015 - 44th International Congress and Exposition On Noise Control Engineering
Nizami L. (2014) Information theory's failure in neuroscience: On the limitations of cybernetics 2014 Ieee Conference On Norbert Wiener in the 21st Century: Driving Technology's Future, 21cw 2014 - Incorporating the Proceedings of the 2014 North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society Conference, Nafips 2014, Conference Proceedings
Nizami L. (2014) Mistakes and misrepresentations in Heil, Neubauer, and Irvine (2011): Why their improved equation is not, and the root cause of their failure, and how the Nizami-Schneider equation already deals with that root cause Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science. 2: 567-575
Nizami L. (2013) Paradigm versus praxis: Why psychology "absolute identification" experiments do not reveal sensory processes Kybernetes. 42: 1447-1456
Nizami L. (2011) Norwich's Entropy Theory: How not to go from abstract to actual Kybernetes. 40: 1102-1118
Nizami L. (2011) Memory model of information transmitted in absolute judgment Kybernetes. 40: 80-109
Nizami L. (2010) Fundamental flaws in the derivation of Stevens' law for taste within Norwich's entropy theory of perception Aip Conference Proceedings. 1220: 150-164
Jesteadt W, Schairer KS, Nizami L, et al. (2009) Effects of external noise on detection of intensity increments. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 126: 1941-53
Nizami L. (2009) Sensory systems as cybernetic systems that require awareness of alternatives to interact with the world: Analysis of the brain-receptor loop in Norwich's Entropy Theory of Perception Conference Proceedings - Ieee International Conference On Systems, Man and Cybernetics. 3377-3382
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