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On holographic models of memory

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Abstract

By means of the Volterra series an extension of the association properties of holography is proposed. Also, the significance of non-linearities embedded within the formal structure of a holographic-like associative memory is pointed out.

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  6. Poggio, T.: In preparation.

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Poggio, T. On holographic models of memory. Kybernetik 12, 237–238 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00270577

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Keywords

  • Formal Structure
  • Associative Memory
  • Holographic Model
  • Volterra Series
  • Association Property