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Old 04-30-2012, 06:32 PM
dudefromdayton dudefromdayton is offline
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Default Re: bias and variance - definition of g bar

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.

2. I'm not quite connecting the question (LONG DAY) and leave it available for another to jump on.
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