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Forgetting is the processes by which knowledge is gradually eliminated from memory. The prime cause of forgetting is interference. For atomic memories in simple neural networks, interference results in exponential forgetting. This has been confirmed by data collected with SuperMemo

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This glossary entry is used to explain "I would never send my kids to school" (2017) by Piotr Wozniak

Exponential forgetting curve collected with SuperMemo 17

Figure: Exponential forgetting curve for SuperMemo learning material after an equivalent of 6th optimum interval review. 14,550 repetitions have been used to plot the presented graph