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Soft-Competitive Learning Paradigms
Learning is the ability to autonomously select, update, and store relevant information in memory; and the ability to predict and create based on what has been learned.
KeywordsReinforcement Learning Confusion Matrix Learning Cycle Competitive Learning Sample Vector
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