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 D.H. Ackeley, G.E. Hilton, T.J. Sejnovski, A learning algorithm for Bolzmann machine, Cognitive Science, 62 (1985), 147-169.
 D.O. Hebb, Organization of Behavior, Wiley, New York (1949).