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Old 07-12-2012, 01:17 PM
Willem Willem is offline
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Default Question about noisy targets

In lecture 2 it is mentioned that noisy targets are the sum of a deterministic target and noise, and the expected value of y given x is the true deterministic target function. I was wondering if we may always assume that the expectation value of the noise is zero. Yes for Gaussian noise, but is it true for other types of noise, perhaps systematic effects?
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