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Old 04-30-2012, 08:23 PM
lucag lucag is offline
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Default Re: bias and variance - definition of g bar

Originally Posted by dudefromdayton View Post
1. If your g's have a nice simple relationship, as in a polynomial, you can average your polynomials by averaging the coefficients. Distributive property. So it does matter... but you may do it either way and get the same answer.
Oh I see ... for some reasons, I was assuming the expansion being made on a basis of the Hilbert space.
Thanks, that clarifies!
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