1. From a samples of a small samples of mathematical objects, conjecture a common pattern to all of them. This includes "guess the next terms in the sequence" question (consider checking OEIS first). Please provide as much context as possible. 2. Mathematical ideas related to pattern recognition, ...

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Making the Smallest Number of Mistakes Possible

I have the following problem. I have a set of $k$ labelled points, $\left\{\mathbf{x}_i, y_i\right\}_{i=1}^{k}$, where $\mathbf{x}_i\in \mathbb{R}^{2}$, and $y_i\in\left\{-1,1\right\}$. I want to ...
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Pattern recognition next shape [closed]

Is there any logic for finding the next shape in the blank? I think it's an hard one.
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Understanding Gray-Level Hit-or-Miss-Transform Definition

From a paper I am using for my Bachelor thesis: The HMT transform by the pair $(A,B)$ associates to a binary image $X$ the set $X\otimes(A,B)$ of positions where the translate of $A$ fits inside ...
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How to calculate a result based on an exponentially changing pattern/sequence. [duplicate]

Given any number (including decimals) between 12.5 and 87.5 I need to calculate another number based on these results:  Input = 12.5 | 31.25 | 50 | 68.75 | 87.5 Result = 12.5 | 64.5  | 78 | ...
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Estimating $p(x)$ with a nonparametric method

"Pattern Classification" book I study that in nonparametric methods we need to estimate $p(x)$, and we don't want just the averaged version of it. They give an example of theoretical procedure to ...
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Logical Reasoning: Identify next figure

I came across this logical reasoning/ abstract reasoning question in my logical reasoning book. Can somebody please help me identify the next pattern: Thanks!
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Pattern matching questions

I saw the below questions and was curious regarding the logic behind the answer. I will be grateful is some one could help me So the question is given the patter, identify the next one
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Matrix & Partition & Natural Number & Pattern

I would like to know if someone know, how is called a matrix M*N, where m represents the row index in the matrix and the sum of the N columns at this row. Meaning that each row represents a possible ...
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Guess the terms in the sequence?

I am writing GRE in 2 two months, and I just can't solve these sequence question. Can anyone tell what the missing terms are and what is the pattern here? Find the next 4 terms in this sneaky ...
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Need help finding an answer of formula to this sequence [closed]

find the sequence ? A Z E B I Y O - - - possible answers D M U C H
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I don't see the pattern.. does anyone understand this..? [duplicate]

Note.. the numbers are actually in a 7 x 6 grid.. graphics did not show here.. ...
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Deduce the next term in this sequence: m,n,a,z,l,o,b,y,k,p,c,x,j [closed]

This is the question : m,n,a,z,l,o,b,y,k,p,c,x,j In the letter series above, which one of the following choices logically follows d k m q r I have no ideas about ...
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How many pairs of integers $(A, B)$ are there in the range $[1,\ldots, N]$, such that $\gcd(A,B) = B$?

I am given a positive integer $N$ ($N\leq 10^9$). How many pairs of integers $(A, B)$ exist in the range $[1,\ldots, N]$ such that $\gcd(A,B) = B$?