Questions tagged [linear-algebra]

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How to interpret the variance calculation in a Guassian process

I answered another question here about the mean prediction of a GP, but I have a hard time coming up with an intuitive explanation of the variance prediction of a GP. Thew specific equation that I am ...
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Is the 3d convolution associative given that it can be represented as matrix multiplication?

I'm trying to understand if a 3D convolution of the sort performed in a convolutional layer of a CNN is associative. Specifically, is the following true: $$ X \otimes(W \cdot Q)=(X \otimes W) \cdot Q, ...
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How to find distance between 2 points when dimensions are all of different nature?

I have a dataset with four features: the x coordinate the y coordinate the velocity magnitude angle Now, I want to measure the distance between two points in the dataset, taking into account the ...
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Human intuition behind SVD in case of recommendation system

This does not answer my question. I struggled very hard to understand the SVD from a linear-algebra point of view. But in some cases I failed to connect the dots. So, I started to see all the ...
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What do we mean by 'principal angle between subspaces'?

I came across the term 'principal angle between subspaces' as a tool for comparing objects in images. All material that I found on the internet seems to deal with this idea in a highly mathematical ...
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Simplifying Log Loss

I am reading through a paper (https://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1162/0891201053630273) where they describe logloss as a ranking function and can be simplified to the margin of the training ...
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CSP Formulation of an algebraic problem

Is anyone able to explain how to do this? I'm not looking for the complete answer, I would settle for a "how to for dummies" explanation of how this is supposed to be solved. I understand ...
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Estimating Baselines using ALS

I am trying to figure out how ALS works when minimizing the following formula: $\\ \\$ $\text{min}_{\lbrace b_u,b_i \rbrace} \sum_{(u,i)\in \mathcal{K}} (r_{ui} - \bar{r} - b_u - b_i )^2 + \lambda_{...
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Backpropagation implementation not applicable for other cases

I saw this implementation of backpropagation in MATLAB, where the loss function used is MSE, and the last layer's activation function was sigmoid. I denoted the portions of the formula for what I ...
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How can I calibrate 3 cameras and track the object using only synchronized cameras feeds from all the cameras?

I have camera feed (in the form of RGB images) from 3 cameras with partially overlapping Field-of-view i.e. for the time stamp 0 to 100, I have total 300 frames or say synchronized 100 RGB frames for ...
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How can I calibrate 3 cameras without knowing global pose of the object & camera locations? How can I find the pose of each camera wrt the first one?

I have camera feed (in the form of RGB images) from 3 cameras with overlapping FOV e.g. for the time stamp 0 to 100, I have synchronized RGB frames for each camera. The object (Robot) is moving from ...
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How to decompose a non-positive definite matrix in the same manner as Cholseky decomposition?

I want to make a covariance matrix that incorporates my belief of how correlated the various dimensions are. The reason why I want to incorporate my belief is that in my modelling, the dimensions are ...
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How can the gradient of the weight be calculated in the viewpoint of matrix calculus?

Let $\sigma(x)$ be sigmoid function. Consider the case where $\text{out}=\sigma(\vec{x} \times W + \vec{b})$, and we want to compute $\frac{\partial{\text{out}}}{\partial{w} }.$ Set the dimension as ...