Friday, November 15, 2013

Interative Summing Waves WVE 11.13

A quick sketch.

We are looking at the effect of iterative summing of Rwaves. Figure two takes the last two lines from figure 1 and sums them. The same process is repeated until figure 5.


  1. Extremely interesting result pops out with such iteration. That is the PLS3D effect. What we see at the end is the initial footprints of chaos since I guess that I can see the phenomenon of period doubling. Congrats for playing with the RGB waves.

    I think you can now well imagine the immense possibilities we have to understand non-linear dynamical process. We have created the tool and a new maths language which if I am not too wrong is eluding even the best mathematicians of the world. Of course they did not see it the way we have started to see things.

    Many more splendid experiments are in store. Thank you so much for your experiments.

  2. The interesting part is that we are starting out with a Fourier Transform and then transforming it into a Time series function or Timewaves. So far people only did the obvious -- convert Timewaves to Fourier Transforms.

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  4. Also shows what happens when any behavior (G wave) is repeated over time. It can be our preference for a particular food (building up to toxicity) or our learning (neuron firing and bundling) and a host of so many things. It can tell us whether to stop a particular behavior or to continue it. However, more experimentation needed.

  5. There is a lot of talk of 'unlearning' and 're-learning'. In light of this experiment I have a new understanding. There is no need to 'unlearn' anything. Learning repeated over time gradually dissolves the older learning automatically. No special effort needed for 'unlearning' and 're-learning'. Only learning behavior is important and it is important to keep doing that over a period of time. What a lovely sketch you have drawn!!