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Old 02-01-2013, 01:28 PM
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Default Re: Calculating Average Hypothesis

Originally Posted by ripande View Post
So, if understand correctly,since the hypothesis is linear in "a", I can directly take the average of the value "a" in all hypothesis to calculate the average hypothesis; and what I was doing was just equivalent to it.

What should be done in a hypothetical case where the value had not been linear in the hypothesis set?
You average the hypothesis value g^{\cal D}({\bf x}) at each point {\bf x}, rather than average the parameters.
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