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 ilson 10-02-2015 01:58 PM

Exercise 2.8

For part b) of this exercise, I'm a little unclear on what is meant by "model". Namely, can we simply consider a finite hypothesis set and enumerate and describe each member of that set? Or does the word "model" here imply that we need to consider some parameterized set of functions with common form (e.g. linear model can be described as all functions with with common form - dot product - parameterized by a weight vector w)?

 yaser 10-02-2015 08:45 PM

Re: Exercise 2.8

Quote:
 Originally Posted by ilson (Post 12080) For part b) of this exercise, I'm a little unclear on what is meant by "model". Namely, can we simply consider a finite hypothesis set and enumerate and describe each member of that set? Or does the word "model" here imply that we need to consider some parameterized set of functions with common form (e.g. linear model can be described as all functions with with common form - dot product - parameterized by a weight vector w)?
Any set of hypotheses would qualify as a model.

 ilson 10-04-2015 02:45 PM

Re: Exercise 2.8

thank you very much!

 waleed 05-12-2016 03:15 AM

Re: Exercise 2.8

Quote:
 Originally Posted by yaser (Post 12081) Any set of hypotheses would qualify as a model.
thank you so much

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