Abstract

This paper shows that Feigenbaum's scenario of transition to chaos can be implemented in a Fourier-holography layout with wave-front reversal in the correlation plane. Based on this, it is proposed to use the Fourier-holography layout with wave-front reversal as an approach to the task of implementing creative thought. The requirements on the transfer functions of reversible recording media are determined for implementing self-adjustment of the system to the type of dynamics needed to solve the encountered problem. The results of numerical modeling of the dynamics of the system are presented.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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