Asa H is designed to learn and hierarchically decompose the spatiotemporal patterns that it experiences (R. Jones, Trans. Kansas Acad. Sci., 109, 3/4, pg 159, 2006).
On one level in the Asa H hierarchy (or, more realistically, over a small range of levels) a pattern may be formed involving the concept of force, the concept of mass, and connected /leading to the concept of acceleration.
On a higher level in the Asa H hierarchy a pattern may be formed involving the concept of thought, the concept of knowledge, and connected/leading to a concept of creativity.
Patterns will also form between/across levels in the hierarchy. The concept of knowledge, at a higher level, will be linked with the concept of memory (on a lower level). Various concepts on lower levels, like the concept of a sentence or an utterance or message, will activate the concept of thought on a higher level.