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accepted Translation:Bayes Classificator -> precise math?
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comment Translation:Bayes Classificator -> precise math?
Ok, Im not happy with it but this seems close to the truth. Im gonna accept.
May
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comment Translation:Bayes Classificator -> precise math?
In fact, you do, Writing Pr(...) means that a value <=1 must occur... please decide: do you want to use Pr(X=x|T) [then the value must be somewhere between 0 and 1] or do you want to use this obscure p (little p) instead of capital P?
May
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comment Translation:Bayes Classificator -> precise math?
To be honest: this answer does not make me happy. I can understand the assumption of independence as an 'accepted' and natural one... To assume, however, that this strange function $ x \mapsto P(X=x|T)$ is even measurable seems very unnatural for me.
May
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comment Translation:Bayes Classificator -> precise math?
What do you mean by 'Pr(X|T) follows a Gaussian distribution'? I guess you mean that some function $f:someSet \to \mathbb{R}$ follows a Gaussian distribution. What function f do you mean?
May
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comment Translation:Bayes Classificator -> precise math?
That is precisely the reason why I stick to the math stuff... I think they actually mean P(Z=C_k|X=x) by writing p(C_k|x)...
May
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comment Translation:Bayes Classificator -> precise math?
@simonzack but in the beginning they write things like p(x|C) and so forth... this means p must be the usual P...
May
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comment Translation:Bayes Classificator -> precise math?
1) Ill check... I just dont feel well without it: if you say 'random variable' you say 'measurable' and if you say 'measurable' you must say which sigma algebra to take... 2) was it about the word 'normal'? I removed it... the question is about why P(X=single point) is not zero...
May
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May
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comment Translation:Bayes Classificator -> precise math?
If I dont assume them to be conditionally independent, how should I compute the probability then?
May
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comment Translation:Bayes Classificator -> precise math?
Did you read the question at all? What is the title of the question? The main point about the whole question is about the translation wikipedia -> precise math stuff... I do not understand your second point: dependency of variables and whether or not they are continuous are not related at all... plus: Say you have a feature birth year or so: this is not [i.e. should not treated as] discrete! Again: machine learning and discrete vs. continuous variables are unrelated...
May
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comment Translation:Bayes Classificator -> precise math?
Why that? Could you elaborate please?
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