hyperplane


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hyperplane

(ˈhaɪpəˌpleɪn)
n
(Mathematics) maths a higher dimensional analogue of a plane in three dimensions. It can be represented by one linear equation
Translations
nadrovina
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The rows of A correspond to (random) hyperplanes, and thus [Q.sub.i,j] simply captures on which side of the ith hyperplane the ith data point lies.
The current paper examines the first problem and uses a hypersphere instead of a hyperplane to overcome it.
The start-up has raised USD 1.7 million in seed funding led by Hyperplane Venture Capital and prominent angels last year.
In layman's terms, it involves finding the hyperplane (line in 2D, plane in 3D and hyperplane in higher dimensions.
The financing was led by Hyperplane Venture Capital and also included Clocktower Ventures.
We define the residue along the hyperplane given by the equation [s.sub.2] = -2l + i[pi](l + 2n)/log [alpha] to be the restriction to the hyperplane of the meromorphic function ([s.sub.2] + 2l - i[pi](l + 2n)/log [alpha])[[zeta].sub.F]([s.sub.1], [s.sub.2]).
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Then the optimal compensation hyperplane is obtained.
The basic principle of SVM is to establish an optimal classification hyperplane that can not only separate samples without errors, but also maximize the classification interval [50].
It is calculated by observing the evaluated data sample distance hyperplane of the model decision function.