genetic memory

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genetic memory (plural genetic memories)

  1. (biology) The state of a biological system encoded in its genetic mateial
  2. (psychology) A memory present at birth that exists in the absence of sensory experience.
  3. (computing) An artificial neural network combination of genetic algorithm and the mathematical model of sparse distributed memory.


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