Abstract

A photorefractive resonator containing an optical delay line is shown to learn temporal information through a self-organization process. We present experiments in which a resonator mode selectively learns the most-frequently presented signals at the input. We also demonstrate the self-organized association of two different analog signals with two different resonator modes.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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