### Abstract

Summary form only given. The author considers neural networks with N binary neurons and symmetric lth-order synaptic connections, in which m randomly chosen N-bit patterns are stored and retrieved with a small fraction delta of bit errors allowed. The analysis yields rigorous lower bounds for the maximum possible value of l factorial multiplied by alpha , the number of stored bits per distinct synapse: 0. 11 for l equals 2 (compared to 0. 29 as estimated by Hopfield and Amit et al. ), 0. 22 for l equals 3 and 0. 16 for l equals 4.

Original language | English (US) |
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Title of host publication | Unknown Host Publication Title |

Publisher | IEEE |

Pages | 50 |

Number of pages | 1 |

State | Published - 1987 |

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*Unknown Host Publication Title*(pp. 50). IEEE.

**MEMORY CAPACITY IN SYMMETRIC NEURAL NETWORKS : RIGOROUS BOUNDS.** / Newman, Charles.

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*Unknown Host Publication Title.*IEEE, pp. 50.

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AB - Summary form only given. The author considers neural networks with N binary neurons and symmetric lth-order synaptic connections, in which m randomly chosen N-bit patterns are stored and retrieved with a small fraction delta of bit errors allowed. The analysis yields rigorous lower bounds for the maximum possible value of l factorial multiplied by alpha , the number of stored bits per distinct synapse: 0. 11 for l equals 2 (compared to 0. 29 as estimated by Hopfield and Amit et al. ), 0. 22 for l equals 3 and 0. 16 for l equals 4.

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