Assessing the Memory Ability of Recurrent Neural Networks

18 Feb 2020Cheng ZhangQiuchi LiLingyu HuaDawei Song

It is known that Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) can remember, in their hidden layers, part of the semantic information expressed by a sequence (e.g., a sentence) that is being processed. Different types of recurrent units have been designed to enable RNNs to remember information over longer time spans... (read more)

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