There have been multiple attempts of coupling neural networks with external memory components for sequence learning problems. Such architectures have demonstrated success in algorithmic, sequence transduction, question-answering and reinforcement learning tasks. Most notable of these attempts is the Neural Turing Machine (NTM), which is an implementation of the Turing Machine with a neural network controller that interacts with a continuous memory. Although the architecture is Turing complete and hence, universally computational, it has seen limited success with complex real-world tasks.
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- Masters Thesis Computer Science 2020