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Self-organizing Maps (SOM) implement a particular form of competitive artificial neural networks; when an observation is recognized, activation of an output cell - competition layer leads to inhibit activation of other neurons and reinforce itself. It is said that it follows the so called "Winner Takes All" rule. Actually, neurons are specialized in the recognition of one kind of observations. The learning is unsupervised because neither the classes nor their number is fixed a priori. A SOM consists in a two dimensional layer of neurons (Fig.