Predictive coding  

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Predictive coding is a theory of cognition in which the brain is constantly generating and updating a mental model of sensory input. The model is broadcast through the network of sensory processing brain regions. In each region, the model being propagated is compared to the sensory input and if they do not match, a Prediction Error is sent back up the network and the model is revised.

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