Friday, August 1, 2014

Repressed memories in Asa H

The performance elements of Asa prefer cases having high utility.  Forgetting/deleting cases with low utility speeds up search.  Additional low utility cases ("repressed" memories) can be retained for use (in a larger "augmented" casebase) by the learning element.  Knowing what NOT to do is useful there.

When a vector utility is employed we prefer to delete cases from the more densely populated regions of the case vector space.  Also, if a case has a single vector component that is high we prefer to retain it.

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