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Fixing rdoc formatting

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This is a ruby gem that lets you implement categorization systems with ease.
-**Associative memory neural networks** make it easy to identify probable patterns between sets of named data points. It can be cumbersome to interface with the neural network directly, however, as a typical convergence matrix has a fixed size and training period, which limits how useful they can be to an integrated system.
+Associative memory neural networks make it easy to identify probable patterns between sets of named data points. It can be cumbersome to interface with the neural network directly, however, as a typical convergence matrix has a fixed size and training period, which limits how useful they can be to an integrated system.
associative_memory simplifies these kind of machine learning models by offering dynamically configurable input and output sets, and a convergence model that adapts to the inputs you give it each time. This allows your code to concentrate on extrapolating meaningful patterns rather than juggling bitmasks and transposition matrices.
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Once guard starts, it will run through the full test suite. After any changes are made to the libraries or specs, guard will re-run the relevant tests. To re-run the full test suite, press enter at tie `> ` prompt in guard.
-After each test run, [simplecov](https://github.com/colszowka/simplecov) will generate a test coverage report in `coverage/index.html`. This should show 100% coverage across all files when running the full test suite.
+After each test run, simplecov will generate a test coverage report in `coverage/index.html`. This should show 100% coverage across all files when running the full test suite.
If you would like to patch this gem:
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This will help me integrate your patch as quickly and reliably as possible.
-If you'd rather report a bug, please [open an issue on github](https://github.com/danndalf/associative_memory/issues).
+If you'd rather report a bug, please open an issue on github.
== Resources
* Support: http://dann.stayskal.com/software/associative_memory
-* Source code: http://github.com/danndalf/associative_memory
+* Source: http://github.com/danndalf/associative_memory
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+* Bug Tracker: https://github.com/danndalf/associative_memory/issues
== License
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