Auto - associative network, Mechanical Engineering

We seek to test if an auto-associative network is capable of recalling certain memories. Here you will test if patterns can be completed or recovered. You are given a single pattern s = (1, 1, 1, -1) which is stored in the weights W computed using Hebbian learning. 

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Determine if the following patterns can be recalled (Yes or No). Show your work and explain how you arrived at each conclusion. Full credit depends on showing your work.

• Training pattern (1 1 1 -1)

• Small noise pattern (-1 1 1 -1)

• Incomplete pattern (0 0 1 -1)

• Large noise pattern (-1 -1 1 -1)

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