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Difficulties (inherent in compound hierarchical representations) of protecting details at the constitution of coded facts and strategies of fixing them by means of "binding" of knowledge substructures are mentioned. one of those dispensed representations is taken into account during which facts are coded via multidimensional binary sparse vectors. the limitations imposed on a binding technique are formulated and its implementation is supplied. a few examples of illustration of based info are thought of.

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