Abstract

In working out a method developed earlier for implementing fuzzy logics, it is proposed to use an approach to the implementation of plausible reasoning (abductive and inductive inferences) on a two-layer optical neural network with an array of bidirectional connections, implemented by means of Fourier holography. The requirements on the characteristics of the patterns that represent the information to be processed and a phase-conjugate mirror are determined. The results of a numerical simulation are presented.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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