Adaptive bidirectional associative memories.

  title={Adaptive bidirectional associative memories.},
  author={Bart Kosko},
  journal={Applied optics},
  volume={26 23},
Bidirectionality, forward and backward information flow, is introduced in neural networks to produce two-way associative search for stored stimulus-response associations (A(i),B(i)). Two fields of neurons, F(A) and F(B), are connected by an n x p synaptic marix M. Passing information through M gives one direction, passing information through its transpose M(T) gives the other. Every matrix is bidirectionally stable for bivalent and for continuous neurons. Paired data (A(i),B(i)) are encoded in… CONTINUE READING
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