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Old 04-23-2013, 09:55 AM
jlaurentum jlaurentum is offline
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Default Re: d-dimensional Perceptrons and break points (related to Q4 of homework)

Ok. This 3 point set: +1 -1 +1 cannot be shattered if the 3 points are collinear, no matter what dimension the perceptron is. Why isnt three the break point for a 2-d perceptron (or a 3-d perceptron, for that matter)? What is the reason that we must consider point sets that are in the same dimension as the input space?
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