Animations of Interference Networks of Nerve Nets

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Only successful pathways are drawn.

Fig.1: Konishi, Mazakazu: Die Schallortung der Schleiereule (The sound localization of barn owl). Spektrum der Wissenschaft, Juni 1993, S. 58 ff. (Mark Konishis interpretation of Jeffres results).

Fig.2: Jeffres L. A.: A place theory of sound localization (of barn owl). J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol. 41 [1948]: 35-39

Fig.3: EEG-experiment to observe the wave character of nerve pulses. Dr. Griepentrog, Torsten; Dr. Heinz, Gerd, 16.12.1992, Klinikum Teupitz

Fig.4: Wavefronts and communication within the "homunculus", G. Heinz, Neuronale Interferenzen 1993. Hyperbolic interference projection.

Fig.5: Self interference condition and neighborhood inhibition at nerve nets. There, where all partial impulses arrive at the same time, the probability of an excitation is maximum.

Fig.5a: Selbst-Interferenz und Nachbarschaftshemmung bei Nervennetzen. Dort, wo alle Partialimpulse gleichzeitig ankommen, ist die Wahrscheinlichkeit einer Erregung maximal.

Fig.6: Mask-algorithm for interference reconstruction, Bio-Interface 1993 / PSI-Tools / NoiseImage

Fig.7: Conjunctive Projections of "g" and "h" to "gh" as example for brain associations

Fig.8: Simplest self-interference projection circuit on the title page of the book "Neuronale Interferenzen", G. Heinz, 1993

Fig.9: Colour waves on squids. Packard, A.: Organization of cephalopod chromatophore systems: a neuromuscular image-generator. In: Abbott, N.J., Williamson, R., Maddock, L., Cephalopod Neurobiology, Oxford University Press, 1995, pp.331-367

Fig.10: Acoustic wave field: Reconstruction of the wavefield of the calibration tester "Klicker" of the Acoustic Camera

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