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Random information on the term “BAM”:

Bidirectional associative memory (BAM) is a type of recurrent neural network. BAM was introduced by Bart Kosko in 1988. There are two types of associative memory, auto-associative and hetero-associative. BAM is hetero-associative, meaning given a pattern it can return another pattern which is potentially of a different size. It is similar to the Hopfield network in that they are both forms of associative memory. However, Hopfield nets return patterns of the same size.

A BAM contains two layers of neurons, which we shall denote X and Y. Layers X and Y are fully connected to each other. Once the weights have been established, input into layer X presents the pattern in layer Y, and vice versa.

Imagine we wish to store two associations, A1:B1 and A2:B2.

These are then transformed into the bipolar forms:

From there, we calculate







{\displaystyle M=\sum {\!X_{i}^{T}Y_{i}}}





{\displaystyle X_{i}^{T}}

denotes the transpose. So,

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Random information on the term “BOOM”:

A containment boom is a temporary floating barrier used to contain an oil spill. Booms are used to reduce the possibility of polluting shorelines and other resources, and to help make recovery easier. Booms help to concentrate oil in thicker surface layers so that skimmers, vacuums, or other collection methods can be used more effectively. They come in many shapes and sizes, with various levels of effectiveness in different types of water conditions.”

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Often the first containment method to be used and the last equipment to be removed from the site of an oil spill, they are “the most commonly used and most environmentally acceptable response technique to clean up oil spills in the United States.”

Booms used in oil spills can be seen as they rest on the surface of the water, but can have between 18 and 48 inches of material that hangs beneath the surface. They’re effective in calm water, but as wave height increases oil or other contaminants can easily wash over the top of the boom and render them useless.

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Random information on the term “WHAM”:

Wham! was an English musical duo formed by members George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley in 1981. They were briefly known in the United States as Wham! UK due to a naming conflict with an American band. Wham! sold more than 28 million certified records worldwide from 1982 to 1986.

Michael and Ridgeley met at Bushey Meads School in Bushey near the town of Watford in Hertfordshire. The two at first performed in a short-lived ska band called The Executive, alongside of former school friends David (Austin) Mortimer, Andrew Leaver and Paul Ridgeley. When this group split, Michael and Ridgeley eventually formed Wham!, signing with Innervision Records.

Michael took on the majority of roles and responsibilities within the band—composer, producer, lead singer, and occasional instrumentalist. Still teenagers, they promoted themselves as hedonistic youngsters, proud to live a carefree life without work or commitment. This was reflected in their earliest singles which, part-parody, part-social comment, briefly earned Wham! a reputation as a dance protest group.

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