Hi gidmeister and sergey
I am new here. It caught my interest that you mentioned the “what” and “where” streams…can I interfere with some additionals:
The “where” system is the allocentric system (the Moser nobel prize last year) creating possible “whats” (targets) and the “when” system is the egocentric system (fixation on the target).
If we say “where” and “what” we accept that doubt (=entropy) is the fundamental premise for the brain: Asking to answer “what to do now, now now…”
Taking this road based on doubt, we must accept questions in a learning process called query:
it seems there is an afferent sequence of questions:
And an efferent sequence:
Why (this goal and target)
When (this goal and target)
How (to restrict, modify, regulate, control, start/stop) the current movement…
I just described all that in my model (on the tangential) called The Human Decision System.
In here, the brain has six layers handling time (six different learning processes learning from data streams: doubt, past, future, present, moment, now) and six layers handling space (doubt): where, what, which, why, when how…
The six layers in each dimension is a result of minimizing entropy by partitioning…
Does this help in clarifying the foundation for partitioning ?