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Google translation with corrections, Google translates "interference" sometimes with "disturbance", here we need the physical meaning as "overlay of time functions".
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Heinz, G.: Neural Interferences
Author equals publisher.
Personal distribution, 1993, 301 p.
0 Foreword | 13 |
1 Introduction | 20 |
Aristoteles, Bruno, Descartes | 20 |
In Search of the Engram | 21 |
Jeffress delay model 1948 | 22 |
Noise reduction and channel number | 25 |
Race circuits, space-time duality | 27 |
The concept of interference | 28 |
One-dimensional neural map | 30 |
Bit sequences and time functions | 32 |
Discretized convolution (in half grid) | 32 |
Interference product as a convolution integral | 33 |
Discrete interference product at any angle | 34 |
Continuous interference product at any angle | 35 |
Matrix-Notation | 35 |
Interference nets | 36 |
Mesh-algorithm | 36 |
Genetic code volume | 37 |
Network Types | 40 |
The current neuron doctrine | 41 |
2a Wave propagation | 42 |
Self-interference projection | 42 |
Matrix descriptions of firing pixels | 43 |
Channel vector | 44 |
Pixel mask (pixel vector, interference vector) | 45 |
Channel matrix | 47 |
Example: image convolution into channel space | 48 |
Interference location, difference vector | 50 |
Diffraction | 52 |
Self-interference of a pulse | 52 |
Cross interference (coherence of pulse trains) | 53 |
General phase condition; Coherence | 54 |
Plane projection | 55 |
2b Continuous wave propagation | 57 |
Spherical opening | 57 |
Isotropic curvature with orthogonal front direction | 57 |
Isotropic buckling | 58 |
Parallel guides | 60 |
Articulated rod models | 61 |
Wave propagation at boundaries | 62 |
Perpendicular refraction | 63 |
Perpendicular reflection | 63 |
Symmetrical (optical) reflection | 64 |
Orthogonal reflection and orthogonal refraction | 64 |
Prismatic orthogonal refraction | 66 |
Total reflection | 66 |
Free reflection | 67 |
Free refraction | 68 |
3 Projections without change in refractive index | 70 |
Orthogonal Matrix | 70 |
Elliptical projection | 73 |
Superposition of concentric maps | 74 |
Elliptic inversion | 74 |
Hyperbolic projection | 76 |
Hyperbolic inversion | 79 |
Parabolic projection | 80 |
Combination body | 82 |
Spherical projection | 82 |
Surface projection | 83 |
Projection on the spherical surface | 83 |
Projection on arbitrarily curved surfaces (thread construction) | 84 |
Evolute and involute | 84 |
Conformal mapping, existence theorem | 85 |
4 Projections with refractive index change | 87 |
Movement | 87 |
Zoom | 89 |
Potential control of the interference location (interference adjustment) | 90 |
Delay lenses | 91 |
Focal lengths in the off-axis space | 92 |
Back focal lengths in the space away from the axis | 93 |
Calculation in paraxial space, convex lens | 94 |
Calculation in paraxial space, concave lens | 96 |
Curved meridians of different propagation speeds | 97 |
5 Special Projections | 98 |
Wandering interference location | 98 |
burst generation, underdetermined projection | 99 |
Phase detection by bursts | 99 |
Compositional projections | 100 |
Dimensional change, permutation, partial mapping | 100 |
Permutatory projection | 101 |
Interleaving of pulse sequences, Channel congestion due to cross interference |
102 |
Overlay projection (conjugate p.) | 104 |
Axial conjugate | 105 |
Radial conjugate | 105 |
Permutation & Conjugation | 106 |
Projection of non-morphological maps | 107 |
Storage of channel information | 107 |
Hierarchy formation | 109 |
Feature Extraction | 111 |
Edge detection | 111 |
Tree interference | 112 |
Tree-like hierarchy | 113 |
Areas of action on neuron | 114 |
Detection of geometries | 115 |
Cross interference projections | 116 |
Classification of tutographic projections | 117 |
Multiple cross-interference | 118 |
Code referenced location and vice versa | 119 |
Radial (hyperbolic) location code reference | 120 |
Canonical time allocation | 121 |
Code dependent threshold | 123 |
Mirroring at variable delays | 123 |
Intermedial projections | 124 |
Transit time difference to two receivers | 126 |
6 Delay lines | 128 |
Resolving potential of nerves | 128 |
Technical replicas | 129 |
Stretching experiment on the thumb Thumb experiment |
130 |
Analysis of receiving sites of high entropy | 132 |
Spinal cord excitation model | 133 |
Fiber elongation | 133 |
Neurites with myelination | 134 |
Impulse hike | 136 |
Field types for directed propagation processes | 139 |
Properties of consumption fields | 140 |
Refractory distance; Pulse depletion zone | 141 |
Models for momentum propagation | 142 |
Extinction of meeting impulses | 144 |
Conduction Velocities in Fiber Systems | 144 |
Observation of inaccessible places | 145 |
7 System Optimization | 147 |
Pulse-spacing and running time | 147 |
Dimension and number of channels | 148 |
Burst avoidance | 148 |
Minimum number of channels in an n-dimensional space | 149 |
Curvature of the image plane, extinction | 149 |
Distorted coupling | 150 |
Phantom images | 151 |
Aliasing immunity and redundancy | 152 |
Matrix grid and resolution | 153 |
Reproduction of pulse shape | 155 |
Multiplicative reproduction | 155 |
Summative reproduction | 156 |
Self-Replicating Operations | 156 |
Parameters of pulse interference systems | 158 |
Bandwidth, signal value and priority | 160 |
8a Time functions | 161 |
Rectangular impulse representation | 161 |
Fourier decomposition of periodic signals | 161 |
Complex Fourier Representation | 163 |
Single pulse | 163 |
Gaussian pulse representation | 164 |
Gaussian impulse | 164 |
Gaussian pulse train | 166 |
Calculations with impulse trains | 167 |
Difference of two pulse sequences | 167 |
Sum and product of pulse trains | 167 |
Discretized sum (OR) of impulse trains | 167 |
Discretized product (AND) of impulse trains | 168 |
Theorem on sums and products | 169 |
Equivalent circuit multiplier/adder | 171 |
Pulse combining circuits | 171 |
Relations between pulse sets | 172 |
Migration of interference maxima | 174 |
Opposing waves in self-interference | 174 |
Determining equations for maxima | 176 |
Coincident waves in self-interference | 177 |
Concurrent waves in cross-interference | 178 |
Maxima of periodic time functions | 179 |
8b Code selection with runtime wires | 181 |
Ring-shaped series-connected delay chain | 181 |
Channels of different speeds | 181 |
Ring and line detector equations | 182 |
Transit Time Difference Detector | 184 |
Multiple differential detector for serial code | 186 |
Sequence Analysis and Synthesis | 187 |
Sequence analysis | 187 |
Sequence synthesis | 188 |
Sequence storage | 189 |
Delay Filter | 190 |
Frequency filter | 190 |
Phase detector | 190 |
Runtime Generator | 191 |
Obtaining static levels | 191 |
9a Visualization of waves | 194 |
Snapshots | 194 |
Straight impulse wave | 194 |
Interference of two waves | 195 |
Interference of three waves | 197 |
Skewed encounter of waves | 198 |
9b Multiple interference | 200 |
Circular Wave | 201 |
Hyperbolic wave | 202 |
Intersecting circular waves | 203 |
Quadruple circular wave interference (time-of-flight field) | 204 |
An example of self- and cross-interference | 204 |
Processes that change over time | 206 |
Time plot of opposing impulse waves | 206 |
10 Elementary functions of a neuron | 209 |
Dynamic code generation | 210 |
Dynamic code detection | 210 |
Address of a burst | 210 |
Dynamic neighborhood inhibition | 211 |
Dynamic level generation | 212 |
Simulative verification | 212 |
Summary | 214 |
11 Colored interference systems | 218 |
Inhibition and evolution | 218 |
Potential field, plasticity and stability | 218 |
Inhibition in unstained interference systems | 219 |
About the relative length of a pulse | 220 |
Material interference, colored momentum system | 221 |
Coexistence of colored pulse systems | 223 |
Memory trace; Depth of colored interference space | 224 |
Unstained interference systems, inhibition | 226 |
Swap equivalent for load detection | 227 |
Refractory period and myelination | 227 |
Model of limited resources | 228 |
Ability to learn in hierarchies | 228 |
Refractory period model | 231 |
Threshold model | 232 |
Threshold shift (glia) | 234 |
Distributed runtime model | 235 |
Dendritic dipole momentum | 237 |
Optimal reception | 237 |
Wavefronts on a model neuron | 238 |
Feedback in nerve networks | 239 |
Dynamic Feedback Blocker | 239 |
Static Feedback Avoidance | 240 |
Dynamic inhibition | 241 |
Static inhibition | 242 |
On the structure of stochastically interconnected networks | 243 |
12 Biological modeling | 244 |
Somatotopic areas | 244 |
Model of the visual field | 246 |
Neocortical interference system | 247 |
Model of standing (Proprioception) | 248 |
Model of Humunculus | 249 |
Right-Left Reversal | 251 |
Hyperbolic body projection | 251 |
Dermatome assignment | 252 |
Radial Projection | 253 |
Altitude Mappings of Hand and Spinal Cord | 253 |
Model example command execution | 255 |
Model of back roots | 256 |
Model of the cerebral cortex (pallium) | 257 |
Muscle activation model | 259 |
Wavelength versus muscle length | 259 |
Muscle excitement control model | 260 |
Model of spasm induction | 261 |
Conduction velocity of giant axons | 262 |
Snaking model | 262 |
Model of hearing. Model of movement | 263 |
Changed research methods | 264 |
13 Analytical tools | 267 |
Elements | 267 |
Runtime Diagram | 268 |
Mesh Analysis | 269 |
Path analysis | 270 |
Custom Coordinate Systems | 271 |
Matrix representations | 273 |
Orthogonal interference product (matrix product) | 273 |
Bidirectional interference product | 273 |
Orthogonal interference sum | 274 |
Bidirectional interference sum | 274 |
Walsh analysis | 275 |
14 Mean, Correlation, Convolution | 276 |
Time averaging | 276 |
Linear mean, first order moment | 276 |
Root mean square, second order moment | 277 |
Correlation | 277 |
Autocorrelation | 277 |
Cross correlation | 277 |
Fourier expansion | 278 |
Convolution (Faltung) | 278 |
Summative interference convolution | 280 |
Mask algorithm for interference convolution | 280 |
Comparable Techniques | 281 |
Optical analogue | 281 |
Transformation | 283 |
Calculator implementation | 285 |
Peculiarities of interferential imaging methods | 286 |
Possible applications | 288 |
15 Usability under intellectual property law | 289 |
Summary | 290 |
16 Sources | 292 |
Index | 295 |
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