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Self-Attentive Associative Memory

  title={Self-Attentive Associative Memory},
  author={Hung T. Le and T. Tran and S. Venkatesh},
  • Hung T. Le, T. Tran, S. Venkatesh
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Mathematics, Psychology
  • ArXiv
  • Heretofore, neural networks with external memory are restricted to single memory with lossy representations of memory interactions. A rich representation of relationships between memory pieces urges a high-order and segregated relational memory. In this paper, we propose to separate the storage of individual experiences (item memory) and their occurring relationships (relational memory). The idea is implemented through a novel Self-attentive Associative Memory (SAM) operator. Found upon outer… CONTINUE READING
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