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A Heteroassociative Learning Model Robust to Interference


Neuronal models of associative memories are recurrent networks able to learn quickly patterns as stable states of the network. Their main acknowledged weakness is related to catastrophic interference when too many or too close examples are stored. Based on biological data we have recently proposed a model resistant to some kinds of interferences related to heteroassociative learning. In this paper we report numerical experiments that highlight this robustness and demonstrate very good performances of memorization. We also discuss convergence of interests for such an adaptive mechanism for biological modeling and information processing in the domain of machine learning.
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hal-01232017 , version 2 (25-11-2015)


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Randa Kassab, Frédéric Alexandre. A Heteroassociative Learning Model Robust to Interference. International Joint Conference on Computational Intelligence, Nov 2015, Lisboa, Portugal. ⟨hal-01232017⟩
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