Holonomic brain theory

18/11/2013 16:08

Karl Pribram (2007), Scholarpedia, 2(5):2735.
The Holonomic Brain Theory describes a type of process that occurs in fine fibered neural webs. The process is composed of patches of local field potentials described mathematically as windowed Fourier transforms or wavelets. The Fourier approach to sensory perception is the basis for the holonomic theory of brain function. Holonomy, as its name implies, is related to the unconstrained Fourier co-ordinate system described by holography.  [Read more] ...