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In this paper a recurrent neural network is used as associative memory for pattern recognition. The goal of associative memory is to retrieve a stored pattern when enough information is presented in the network input. The network is training with twelve bipolar patterns to determine the corresponding weights. The weights are calculated by means of support vector machines training algorithms as the optimal hyperplane and soft margin hyperplane. Once the neural network is trained its performance is evaluated to retrieval stored patterns which correspond to characters encoded as bipolar vectors.