1 (receive) (process) (transmit) 2 (determine) (integrate) 3 (evaluate) (select) 4 (plan) (execute)

a tl;dr:
(receive) (process) (transmit)
(determine) (integrate)
(evaluate) (select)
(plan) (execute)

Maze navigation? “is it possible to generate an overview map while also generating the increasing knowledge of branching possibilities while navigating?” Yes [explains processes. I ask more questions. Ends up at basal ganglia and action selection/motivation. I ask for a breakdown as steps in decimal outline]

1 Sensory input
1.1 Gathering sensory information from the environment
1.1.1 Receiving sensory input through the senses (e.g. vision, hearing, touch)
1.1.2 Processing sensory input in the sensory organs (e.g. retina, cochlea, skin)
1.1.3 Transmitting sensory input to the brain through sensory pathways (e.g. optic nerve, auditory nerve)

2 Integration with goals and motivations
2.1 Determining the individual’s goals and motivations
2.1.1 Identifying the individual’s goals and motivations based on their current context and needs (e.g. reaching the end of the maze, exploring as much of the maze as possible)
2.2 Integrating sensory information with goals and motivations
2.2.1 Analyzing the sensory information in relation to the individual’s goals and motivations
2.2.2 Weighing the potential benefits and drawbacks of different actions based on their alignment with the goals and motivations

3 Action selection
3.1 Evaluating different options for actions
3.1.1 Identifying the different options for actions based on the sensory information and goals and motivations
3.1.2 Assessing the potential consequences of each action based on past experiences and knowledge
3.2 Selecting the most appropriate action based on the evaluation
3.2.1 Comparing the potential consequences of each action
3.2.2 Selecting the action with the most favorable consequences based on the goals and motivations

4 Motor output
4.1 Planning and preparing for the selected action
4.1.1 Determining the specific muscles and movements required for the action
4.1.2 Coordinating the muscles and movements to execute the action smoothly and efficiently
4.2 Executing the selected action through appropriate motor output
4.2.1 Activating the muscles and movements required for the action
4.2.2 Monitoring the execution of the action to ensure accuracy and adjust as needed

in short form;

Sure, here is the process of sensory and motor integration and action selection using single word verbs and nested parentheses:

(receive) (process) (transmit)
(determine) (integrate)
(evaluate) (select)
(plan) (execute)

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Now to focus on goals and see what changes;
“exploring as much of the maze as possible”

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now rewards:

“1 If the maze has interesting or novel features, such as hidden rooms or secret passageways, pursuing this goal may result in the individual discovering these features and experiencing a sense of novelty and curiosity.

2 If the maze has valuable resources or rewards, such as treasure or power-ups, pursuing this goal may result in the individual finding and obtaining these rewards.

3 If the maze has a competitive element, such as a race against other competitors or a high score to beat, pursuing this goal may result in the individual outperforming their competitors or achieving a high score.”


NOW we’re getting somewhere:

“From an historian or documentarian point of view, the rewards of “exploring as much of the maze as possible” may include:

1. Documenting the layout and features of the maze: By exploring as much of the maze as possible, the individual may be able to document the layout and features of the maze in greater detail, which can provide valuable information for historians and documentarians studying the maze.
2. Discovering and preserving historical or cultural artifacts: If the maze has a long history or cultural significance, exploring as much of it as possible may allow the individual to discover and preserve historical or cultural artifacts that may have been hidden or overlooked in the past.
3. Understanding the evolution of the maze: By exploring as much of the maze as possible, the individual may be able to trace the evolution of the maze over time and gain a deeper understanding of its history and development.

Overall, the rewards of exploring as much of the maze as possible from an historian or documentarian point of view may be related to the value of the information and artifacts that the individual is able to uncover and document, and the insights that this information can provide about the history and culture of the maze.”


 

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