PostHeaderIcon Rote Learning

Rote learning is the basic learning activity. It is also called memorization because the knowledge, without any modification is, simply copied into the knowledge base. As computed values are stored, this technique can save a significant amount of time.

Rote learning technique can also be used in complex learning systems provided sophisticated techniques are employed to use the stored values faster and there is a generalization to keep the number of stored information down to a manageable level. Checkers-playing program, for example, uses this technique to learn the board positions it evaluates in its look-ahead search.