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Pattern-recognition properties of r.a.m./r.o.m. arrays

Pattern-recognition properties of r.a.m./r.o.m. arrays

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Arrays of r.a.m.s may be used as trainable logic devices in arrays whose object is to recognise patterns. The way in which such a system is organised is presented and some of the characteristics of the nature of the recognition are discussed

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