the outer product of a memory to store and add the memory to V. Add the outer product to T. (3) Set V ’ equal to V (4) If I/ ‘ is empty and there is another memory to store, go to step 2. Otherwise, pick a state S out of V ‘ and run the Hop-field model to obtain an answer A: s = (Si, S’...., SJ A = (a,, a2,..., aN)‘ (5) If S = A, go to step 4. Otherwise, check to see if A is a spurious memory by comparing it with memories contained in V. If A is a complement, go to step 4. Otherwise, make the outer product of A multiplied by U, and subtract it from T. Go to step 3. We provide an example that compares our method with the Hebbian and Delta rules. Here C is the number of probes which lead to the correct memory, W is the number of probes which lead to one of the original memories, but not the closest one, and S is the number of probes which lead to spurious memories
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