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Wave Interference Networks (IN)

Nerve nets do not have any clock synchronisation. But all learning networks on computers called "Neural Networks (NN)" or "Artificial Neural Networks (ANN)" or "Time Delay Networks (TDN)" etc. will not work without a central clock. Thus ANN show a complete different behaviour compared with the network theory of nerve nets, 1995 I called "Interference Networks (IN)".

Although nerve cells work like threshold gates, interference nets can not combine 1+1 in binary or arithmetic manner - they have to learn the result! As C.S.Peirce (1837-1914) said: "All thought is in signs". In 1992 the thumb experiment showed, that nerves can be modeled as interference networks. So I analysed properties of "waves on wires" in the first book about IN. Since 1994 we followed parallel two directions: the reconstruction of nerve data (EKG) and the projection of sound.

We got 1994 the worlds first passive and standing acoustic picture applying microphones to a EEG-data recorder and using the first interference network simulator for the reconstruction of acoustic data. This was the birthplace for Acoustic Cameras worldwide (Acousticians call it "beamforming").

However, here we will think about interference networks (IN). We will find a "Second Informatics" - different to all we learned before. (Only for demonstration purposes we plot demo-results of neuro-projections on homogeneous fields - nerve nets are strong inhomogeneous).



Fig.: Mind and body vision of Descartes (origin) - enhanced as interference
circuit for analogy between optical and nerve-wave interference.
(Move the mouse slowly over the image)


Von Netzwerken, die Sehen,
Hören, Fühlen oder Denken

oder ein wenig

Mathematik des Nervensystems

(About networks, that see, hear, feel or think
or some mathematics of the nerve system)

Interference in Nerve-like Networks

Pulsinterferenzen im Nervensystem - NI93 (german)
Pioneers of interference nets research (english)
Interference integral animations (german)
FAQs about Neural- and Interference Nets (english)
Time function waves, interference integrals and field theory (english)
Konishi-Jeffress model (german)
Simulation of wave fields (german)
About time-functions (german)
Short intro: Interference network (english)
Understanding somatotopic areas (german)
Edith's Fliege (german)
Historical noise images (german/english)
Interference integral properties of nerve nets (german/english)
Mystery of nerve calculus (german)
A story behind the idea (german)
Some highlights (german)
Interference integrals for acoustic images (german)


Discovery of Acoustic Photo- and Cinematography

Time table of first acoustic images and films of the GFaI-team (german) and first acoustic movies (german)
Historical pages (german/english)
Virtual waves and acoustic images (german)
History and application in car-industry (german)
Interference-reconstruction (german)
Reports about the invention (1997) (german)
Some highlights 1996 (german)
The first acoustic image 1994 (german)
First acoustic photos and films (german/english)
Early acoustic films 1997 - 2004 (english)
First IN-application: Acoustic Camera (german)



Fig.: Introducing worlds first 3-dimensional noise reconstructions (reports: 1999, 2000)


Akustische Kamera

Acoustic Camera
www.acoustic-camera.com
www.akustische-kamera.de


Links

Science- and Technology Park Berlin-Adlershof News
Empfehlungen der Kommission "Selbstkontrolle in der Wissenschaft" (lokale Kopie)
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Awards

2008 DVS/Abicor-Innovationspreis lokale Kopie, Urkunde, Bilder
2005 Nominierung Deutscher Zukunftspreis Homepage, Urkunde, Bilder
2003 Innovationspreis Berlin-Brandenburg Bericht, Presse, Urkunde
2001 Otto von Guericke Preis Bericht, Bilder, Urkunde
1987 Nationalpreis für erste Telefonschaltkreise (ISDN) (Urkunde)
1985 Informatik-Kurse an der Volkshochschule (Urkunde)
1984 Erster, Berliner Schaltkreis KA601, 1980 (Urkunde)


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„The words or the language, as they are written or spoken, do not seem to play any role in my (Einsteins) mechanism of thought. The psychical entities which seem to serve as elements in thought and certain signs and more or less clear images which can „voluntarily“ reproduced and combined. There is, of course, a certain connection between those elements and relevant logical concepts. It is also clear that the desire to arrive finally at logically connected concepts ist the emotional basis of this rether vague play with the above mentioned elements...The above mentioned elements are, in my case, of visual and...muscular type. Conventionally words or other signs have to be sought for laboriously only in a secondary stage, when the mentioned associative play is sufficiently established and can reproduced at will.“
Albert Einstein
Jacques Hadamard: The Psychology of Invention in the Mathematical Field, Princeton University Press, 1945, S. 142-143

... cominciai a credere, che uno, che lascia un’opinione imbevuta col latte, e seguita da infiniti, per venire in un’ altra da pochissimi seguita, e negata da tutte le scuole, e che veramente sembra un paradosso grandissimo, bisognasse per necessità, che fusse mosso, per non dir forzato, di ragioni piu efficaci.

(... ich begann zu glauben, daß einer, der eine Meinung, die er schon mit der Muttermilch aufgesogen hat und der unzählige gefolgt sind, aufgibt, um zu einer anderen zu gelangen, die nur verschwindend wenige teilen und die von allen Schulen abgelehnt wird und die auch tatsächlich ein riesiges Paradoxon scheint, daß ein solcher also unbedingt von tieferliegenden Argumenten angetrieben, wenn nicht geradezu gezwungen sein müsste.)

Galileo, Dialogue on the Two Greatest World Systems, 2nd Day.
Zitat aus Schrödinger, Erwin: Are there Quantum Jumps?
Part I, The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 3 (1952), 109-123

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