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Old 06-08-2016, 12:38 PM
pouramini pouramini is offline
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Default E(h,f), what is the entirety of h and f?

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While E(h, f) is based on the entirety of h and f , it is almost universally defined based on the errors on individual input points x.
Maybe it is a mathematics question, but I don't get "the entirety of h and
f". aren't they a collection of points? then I expect they are defined according to the points... an example how they could be defined otherwise would be helpful!
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