Note: the MemAid project is no longer active

However, there are two heirs to Memaid: The pages here are mainly provided for historical reasons.

MemAid is like a traditional flash-card program to help you memorise question/answer pairs, but with an important twist: it uses a neural network to schedule the best time for an item to come up for review.
Difficult items that you tend to forget quickly will be scheduled more often, while MemAid won't waste your time on things you remember well. This means your learning process becomes much more efficient, also because the neural network gradually adapts to your personal memory model. (more about repetitions can be found here.)

Operating System?
Currently supported are Unix and Linux.

There are a few versions of MemAid (all use the same core code written initially by David Calinski).
Here is the list of currently available versions from our project home page (

More about the project (mailing lists, forums, news, etc.):

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Last update: Feb 09, 2006 @ 05:58pm

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