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Old 04-23-2013, 01:49 PM
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Default Re: d-dimensional Perceptrons and break points (related to Q4 of homework)

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Originally Posted by kafar View Post
is there a procedural method that we can follow to find the break points?
There is no systematic way that applies to all cases, but it is usually not too difficult to get some upper bound of when the growth function breaks. Fortunately, only an upper bound is needed to carry through the theory, as you will see in Lecture 7.
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