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Auburn
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Heya @starshade !

Good question. I walk through a more in-depth explanation of the acquisition of new information via either V or M in the powerpoint slideshows in this thread: https://cognitivetype.com/forums/topic/a-computational-metaphor-pt-2-v-m/

Here are the links:

You’re absolutely right that V and M both learn. The manner in which the information structure is expanded is different between the two. I think you might find this post particularly interesting, as it has visual diagrams depicting the appending of new information. Essentially, for V you can think of it as a thread with beads, and new beads are added to the threads, thus growing the chain while the threads keep much of the same cyclical structure. Hope that makes sense?

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