The stability-plasticity dilemma: investigating the continuum from catastrophic forgetting to age-limited learning effects

@inproceedings{Mermillod2013TheSD,
  title={The stability-plasticity dilemma: investigating the continuum from catastrophic forgetting to age-limited learning effects},
  author={Martial Mermillod and Aur{\'e}lia Bugaiska and Patrick Bonin},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2013}
}
The stability-plasticity dilemma is a wellknow constraint for artificial and biological neural systems. The basic idea is that learning in a parallel and distributed system requires plasticity for the integration of new knowledge, but also stability in order to prevent the forgetting of previous knowledge. Too much plasticity will result in previously encoded data being constantly forgotten, whereas too much stability will impede the efficient coding of this data at the level of the synapses… CONTINUE READING
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