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Old 06-13-2013, 09:34 PM
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Default *ANSWER* Q13 about linearly separable by SVM

I would like to take this chance to express my sincere thanks to Prof. Yaser S. Abu-Mostafa. This is an extremely good class. I had watched at least twice for each of the video. There are still a lot to learn after the course.

Still, I have some doubts. E.g., isn't it the RBF can result in an hypothesis for an infinite dimension space ? If that is the case, then with 100 points in Q14, the worse case is the SVM + SBF ends up with 100 support vector. Am I right ?

Then, the hard margin SVM actually can guarantee Ein=0 => guarantee linearly separable ?

Why Q14 can end up with Ein != 0 ? And why it said Ein=0 is not linearly separable ? I read another thread about this but still cannot solve the above questions.

Can anyone give me some hints ?

Thanks in advance.
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