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If P is a square stochastic matrix, then P has eigenvalues whose absolute values lie in the range [0,1]. Proof. For any and x any eigenvector of P, so Suppose that P is row-stochastic; then choose the norm, which is the maximum absolute row norm so If P is column-stochastic, choosing the 1-norm (the maximum absolute column norm) gives the same result. Note that stochastic matrices, if not symmetric, can have complex eigenvalues, so in this case is the field of complex numbers. 9 Positive Semidefinite Matrices Positive semidefinite matrices are ubiquitous in machine learning theory and algorithms (for example, every kernel matrix is positive semidefinite, for Mercer 11 Some authors include this in the definition of matrix norm .
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Data which is not used to estimate w), and examples of fits for different values of and their associated validation errors are given in Figure 2. In practice, we might evaluate a large number of models with different hyperparameter values and select the model with lowest validation error, as demonstrated in Figure 3. We would then hope that this would give us a model which Bayesian Inference: Principles and Practice in Machine Learning 45 Fig. 2. Function estimates (solid line) and validation error for three different values of regularisation hyperparameter (the true function is shown dashed).
Advanced Lectures On Machine Learning: Revised Lectures by Olivier Bousquet, Ulrike von Luxburg, Gunnar Rätsch