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The ability to learn is one of the distintive attributes of intelligent behavior. Following a seminal work [5], we can say that “Learning process includes the acquisition of new declarative knowledge, the development of motor and cognitive skills through instruction or practice, the organization of new knowledge into general, effective representations, and the discovery of new facts and theories through observation and experimentation.”

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