Thread: Exercise 3.4
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Old 10-10-2016, 03:53 PM
zhout2 zhout2 is offline
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Default Re: Exercise 3.4

Originally Posted by zhout2 View Post
As \frac{1}{N}E(\epsilon^T H \epsilon)=\sigma ^2 (d+1),
The answer is really not \sigma ^2 (1-\frac{d+1}{N}), is it?
Never mind. It's just a typo in the original post. The answer is still correct.
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