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Volume 19,     Number 4,     Winter 2011

 

A DISCRETE TIME DELAYED NEURAL
NETWORK WITH POTENTIAL FOR
ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY REVISITED
N. KOSOVALIĆ AND J. WU

Abstract. We consider a nonlinear difference equation with a time delay which represents the simplest possible discretely updated neural network. We show that provided that the integral time delay is large enough, this self feedback system exhibits a huge number of asymptotically stable periodic orbits. Therefore, such a network has potential for associative memory and pattern recognition.

 

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