Humans have an excellent ability to analyze and process information from multiple domains. They also possess the ability to apply the same decision-making process when the situation is familiar with their previous experience.
Inspired by human's ability to remember past experiences and apply the same when a similar situation occurs, the research community has attempted to augment memory with Neural Network to store the previously learned information. Together with this, the community has also developed mechanisms to perform domain-specific weight switching to handle multiple domains using a single model. Notably, the two research fields work independently, and the goal of this dissertation is to combine their capabilities.
This dissertation introduces a Neural Network module augmented with two external memories, one allowing the network to read and write the information and another to perform domain-specific weight switching. Two learning tasks are proposed in this work to investigate the model performance - solving mathematics operations sequence and action based on color sequence identification. A wide range of experiments with these two tasks verify the model's learning capabilities.