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Integer Sparse Distributed Memory

@inproceedings{Snaider2012IntegerSD,
  title={Integer Sparse Distributed Memory},
  author={Javier Snaider and Stan Franklin},
  booktitle={FLAIRS Conference},
  year={2012}
}
Sparse distributed memory is an auto-associative me mory system that stores high dimensional Boolean vectors . Here we present an extension of the original SDM, the In t ger SDM that uses modular arithmetic integer vectors ra ther than binary vectors. This extension preserves many of the desirable properties of the original SDM: auto-asso ciativity, content addressability, distributed storage, and ro bustness over noisy inputs. In addition, it improves the rep resentation capabilities of the… 

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