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Does the perceptron algorithm allow w[0] to obtain noninteger values?
Since the perceptron algorithm updates each of the weights with y_n * x_n, then it updates w[0] with
w[0] < w[0] + y_n * x_n[0] and y_n is +/ 1, and we have defined x_n[0] = 1. Then, it seems that w[0] may only ever attain values that differ from its initial value by an integer. For example, if we initialized w[0] = 0, then w[0] could never attain a value of 1/2. This seems like an odd limitation to the perceptron algorithm. Am I interpreting it correctly that this limitation exists, and does this limitation have any other side effects? 
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Re: Does the perceptron algorithm allow w[0] to obtain noninteger values?
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