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Lect4
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Lect4
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edto measure one billion stellar distances to within 20 microarcsecondsproducing errors of 10 in measurements as far as the GalacticCenter about 8 000 pc awayuniversity-logoIUCAA-NCRA Grad School 3 11Solid angleis the area on the unit sphere that an object covers Since a unitsphere has an area of 4 there are 4 steradian on the skyHow many square degrees are there in the skyuniversity-logoIUCAA-NCR

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Lect4
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n systemGlobal StateN N 1T N 1 N T 1C N 0 T T 1 N C 0C T 0 T C 0Trento 2005 p 5 3...

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Lect4
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vector in the training set for the modelIn this lecture we will examine themathematical basis of E-M for Gaussian mixturesauxiliary functionsan alternative general formulation of E-Mapplication of E-M to continuous and discrete latent vari-ables2 Engineering Part IIB Module 4F10 Statistical Pattern ProcessingDeriving the E-M Mixture UpdatesFirst consider a mixture distribution in which the paramet

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Lect4
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which themachine can representThe goal of a oating point computation is to provide an answer which is correct to withina factor of 1 machConsider the example in the previous section where mach In this case we will computethe LU factorization as1 0 111 0 1This means that using Gaussian Elimination with no pivoting we will actually be solvingthe system1 x1 11 0 x2 1And so will get the solutionx1 1x2

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