Discovered Donald Hoffman's Interface theory of perception during the past week.
This theory agrees with the way I think of time as being a brain strategy for reducing complexity, so I have added the following links:
Donald Hoffman: The Interface Theory of Perception and
Donald Hoffman: lecture 1 (YouTube)
Donald Hoffman: lecture 2 (YouTube)
to my Pianola Music documentation.
The Pianola Music documentation (January 2016) discusses the history of music notation in the 20th century, and contains a description of my current views on the nature of (perceived) time.