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    Springer has digitized his archives, putting for the first time on the web some papers that never were there before. Including one of my first papers: Simulation and hardware implementation of competitive learning neural networks, published in 1990. Not a great paper, although at least, it's been cited once, but it's nice to see those hard-to-retrieve papers up for, well, I don't know if for the benefit of science in general, but at least for the benefit of scientists who lost paper copies sooo long ago.

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