Holographic Model of Temporal Recall

@article{Gabor1968HolographicMO,
  title={Holographic Model of Temporal Recall},
  author={D. Gabor},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1968},
  volume={217},
  pages={584-584}
}
  • D. Gabor
  • Published 1968
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Nature
PROFESSOR LONGUET-HIGGINS1 has called attention to the remarkable property of human memory of recognizing and recalling long sequences of which at first only a small fraction is consciously remembered, and he has devised a most interesting, physically realizable mathematical model which achieves just this. He has rightly called this a temporal analogue of holography. I wish to show that there is at least one other mathematical model, which I consider to be a closer analogue of holography… Expand
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Holographic Model of Temporal Recall
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The time dimension is considered, because any perceptual event must certainly be associated with cerebral happenings which are extended not only in space but in time, and some familiar phenomena of perception be naturally explained. Expand