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Old 09-30-2012, 05:16 AM
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Default Re: Problem 2.24

Yes, when computing bias and var numerically you need to generate many data sets. For example, \bar g(\mathbf{x}) is the average function that results from learning on each of these data sets.

Originally Posted by nahgnaw View Post
When we design the numerical experiment, shall we randomly generate more datasets to determine g_bar(x), E_out, bias, and var?
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