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Chaotic complex-valued bidirectional associative memory with a real-valued context part
Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications IEICE
Bidirectional associative memory is a hetero-associative memory which has two layers. It cannot deal with one-to-many associations. Osana et al. proposed a chaotic bidirectional associative memory which can deal with one-to-many association due to the invisible part. Moreover, Yano and Osana proposed a chaotic complex-valued bidirectional associative memory whose all neurons are complex-valued. However, it associates not only training patterns but also patterns referred to as rotated patterns.doi:10.1587/nolta.4.299 fatcat:qz4tbuilwva37ccjxo2uay55xe