Continuous Weight Change - A construct in Noodle™ code which allows you to specify that a given weight value continuously moves toward a specified value. This can be used, for example, to specify a forget rate for a given weight, where the weight is made more negative over time, or pushed closer to zero over time.

Continuous Weight Change is a bit of a misnomer, since the CWC rate can be set to be slowed, sped up, or (most relevant to this conversation) completely stopped, under a variety of run-time conditions.



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