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However, these works did not refer to the associative memory of the controlled chaotic neural networks or the relation between the stable output of a controlled chaotic neural network and its initial state. From the viewpoint of the application of chaotic neural networks, the associative memory is important with possible information processing, such as memory retrieval and pattern recognition. In general, the essential features of memory retrieval and pattern recognition are similar for networks with associative memory.