Third infographic for today - this one is about learning by conditioning with an emphasis on classical, operant, and associative conditioning. Also a return of the jagged boxes and colourful pictures.
Ver. 1.1: corrected error-response equation given in the “prediction error” box. The Vn term refers to the prior associative strength before a learning episode. The αβ(λ-Vn) term refers to the change in associative strength in the current learning episode.
Half the human genome or thereabouts is made of transposable elements such as LINEs, SINEs, and LTR-like sequences. These insert copies of themselves back into the genome, unlike transposons which cleave out of the DNA and jump in somewhere else. Also included are simple sequence repeats.
Le Châtelier’s principle is the one that says that the equilibrium will move when you do stuff to the system. Here’s three different stuffs you can do to perturb a system and some graphs and algebra to say why the equilibrium moves.