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CAM

see COMPUTER-AIDED MANUFACTURING.
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CAM

See common area maintenance.
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Matsui, "Associative memory in quaternionic Hopfield neural network," International Journal of Neural Systems, vol.
In fact, neural network model (5) is implemented well as an associative memory if the coefficient satisfying k [greater than or equal to] 0.52 and the other parameters are the same as those in Example 19.
Reggia, "Patterns of functional damage in neural network models of associative memory," Neural Computation, 1995.
In 2010, Feng Naiqin et al proposed the morphological associative memory framework and made a deep research on the method of memorizing English vocabulary (Zhuge H., Sun Y., 2010).
Duffy, B., (2005) Fundamental Issues in Affective Intelligent Social Machines, the Franklin, S., Cognitive Robots: Perceptual Associative Memory and Learning, IEEE Workshop on Robots and Human Interactive Communication: 427-433.
Motivated by the preceding discussion, in this paper, we are going to deal with the problem of global asymptotic robust stability for neutral-type hybrid bidirectional associative memory neural networks with time-varying delays and parameters uncertainties.
The contribution of familiarity to associative memory in amnesia.
2011), a novel stock trading framework based on a neuro-fuzzy associative memory architecture was proposed.
Regardless of how comfortable a person is with aging, it is improbable that anyone wants to be reminded of an increasing inability to process information quickly, or a "deficit in associative memory." Although Rayapati is consistently positive about teaching the aging singer, the topics discussed could have been couched in a style similar to the first part of the book that spoke to the singer rather than about the singer.
Ho, "Discrete-time bidirectional associative memory neural networks with variable delays," Physics Letters Section A, vol.

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