Human information system
The human information system in the brain is the complex neural network by which a human processes information. He receives information from the outside through the sense organs, he processes such incoming information in the type of process known as perception. He stores it and performs processes such as comparing or putting out information. One of the major means of putting out information is through the use of language -- the linguistic information system. But information can also be put out in any kind of motor activity such as walking, dancing, and so forth. All of these activities can be studied from an information processing point of view.
- Lamb, Sydney M., Language and Reality: Selected Writings of Sydney Lamb, Continuum, 2004.