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Neural networks have been criticised for their inability to perform continual learning due to catastrophic forgetting and rapid unlearning of a past concept when a new concept is introduced. Catastrophic forgetting can be alleviated by specifically designed models and training techniques. This paper outlines a novel Spline Additive Model (SAM). SAM exhibits intrinsic memory retention with sufficient expressive power for many practical tasks, but is not a universal function approximator. SAM isarXiv:2205.06376v1 fatcat:zerqstbo6rfghdabzplgjss4oi