Variable binding by synaptic strength change

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Huyck, Christian R.;
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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    mesheuropmc: skin and connective tissue diseases | sense organs

Variable binding is a difficult problem for neural networks. Two new mechanisms for binding by synaptic change are presented, and in both, bindings are erased and can be reused. The first is based on the commonly used learning mechanism of permanent change of synaptic w... View more
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