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CAM

CAM

complementary and alternative medicine.

CAM

CAM

Abbreviation for:
cell adhesion molecule
chorioallantoic membrane
chorioamnionitis
complementary and alternative medicine (Medspeak-UK)
computer-assisted myelography
computerised anatomical man
congenital adenomatoid malformation
contralateral axillary metastasis
cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, methotrexate
cystic adenomatoid malformation

CAM

Abbreviation for cell adhesion molecule;
complementary and alternative medicine.

CAM

A brand name for EPHEDRINE in the form of an elixir.

CAM

see CRASSULACEAN ACID METABOLISM.

CAM,

n.pr See medicine, complementary; medicine, alternative and medicine, complementary and alternative.

CAM

Abbreviation for complementary and alternative medicine.

CAM

1. complementary and alternative medicine.
2. cell-adhesion molecule.
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The demand analysis of English vocabulary of computer-assisted learning system is designed based on associative memory method.
We believe that the STAMN can serve as a starting point for integrating the associative memory networks with the POMDP problem.
Associative memory is a component of episodic memory, she added.
Delayed-onset amnesia caused by protein synthesis inhibition in odor-taste associative memory of the terrestrial slug Limax valentianus.
The model of bidirectional associative memory presented in this paper is based on the Alpha-Beta associative memories [14], is not an iterative process, and does not present stability problems.
This one-trial associative memory approach to learning is a critical competency of associative memory approaches.
Associative memory would link, for example, Rome with Italy or swallows with Capistrano.
As a founding member and senior architect at SwitchOn Networks (acquired by PMC-Sierra in '00), he developed algorithms for associative memory and deep packet classification.
Associative memory utilizes the connections between remembered object and objective reality, between the known and the unknown, and between all parts of the learnt material.
On the one hand, neurophysiological work suggests that increased synchrony strengthens synaptic connections and thus forms the basis for associative memory.
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They cover the Hopfield model, a network counting chimes, associative memory networks at low rates, towards networks of spiking neurons, the Miyashita correlations, learning in networks with discrete synapses, the Behavioral and Brain Science review, dynamics of networks of spiking neurons, electronic implementations, prospective activity, multi-item working memory, learning with spike-driven plastic synapses, and familiarity recognition.

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