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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

Abbreviation for complementary and alternative medicine.
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Mukhopadhyay, "Application of silicon-germanium source tunnel-fet to enable ultralow power cellular neural network-based associative memory," IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, vol.
Associative memory refers to a process in which learners make links between the original language system and the phonological, morphological and semantic features of the new words, in which the new words are adopted into the new system to combine with the old system, so as to remember new words (Sulkowski L., Kaczorowska-Spychalska D., 2015).
Object unitization and associative memory formation are supported by distinct brain regions.
In this paper, we have obtained new sufficient conditions for the global asymptotic robust stability of the equilibrium point for the class of neutral-type hybrid bidirectional associative memory neural networks with time-varying delays and parameters uncertainties.
Wang, "Periodic oscillation of discrete-time bidirectional associative memory neural networks," Neurocomputing, vol.
These findings were further corroborated by our neuroimaging results, where resistance training was associated with increased activation over time in key cortical regions that subserve associative memory. Importantly, other research groups have found complementary evidence for a relationship between physical activity and memory in seniors with MCI [12].
Bidirectional associative memory (BAM) neural networks, as an extension of the unidirectional autoassociator of Hofield neural network [13], was firstly introduced by Kosko [14].
These women also experienced significant gains in associative memory.
The results indicated that those who took part in twice-weekly resistance training sessions (each lasting one hour) demonstrated improved attention and associative memory (the ability of one thought or memory to trigger another, for example: green means go) compared to women who engaged in aerobic exercise (outdoor walking) and balance and toning exercises.
9) and that generates associative memory (see in particular Minear's analysis of sonic echoes in Chapter 2), or stands in for other things (see Chapter 3, in particular Minear's description of music as 'ghostly manifestation', pp.
Because it fails to explain the sub-regularities among the irregular verbs and the generalization of irregular infection to phonologically similar nonce forms (Bybee & Moder 1983), this view has largely been superseded by a second model which claims that a rule-governed process inflects all the regular forms while an associative memory takes care of all the irregular forms.
The researchers examined associative memory, used in remembering face-name associations, in alcoholics.

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