Bias-Variance Decomposition

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What exactly is Bias-Variance decomposition?
Oct 23, 2018 in Data Analytics by shams
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It is generally used to decompose problems such as errors that occur during learning in different algorithms. Bias keeps reducing if the data is to be made complex. Trading off the Variance and Bias are very essential to get results that are totally free from errors.
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answered Oct 23, 2018 by kurt_cobain
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