Optimally Fuzzy Temporal Memory

Any learner with the ability to predict the future of a structured time-varying signal must maintain a memory of the recent past. If the signal has a characteristic timescale relevant to future prediction, the memory can be a simple shift register - a moving window extending into the past, requiring storage resources that linearly grows with the timescale to be represented. However, an independent general purpose learner cannot a priori know the characteristic prediction-relevant timescale of the signal.

Provided by: Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR) Topic: Storage Date Added: Jan 2014 Format: PDF

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