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I believe the header asks it all. In this case, I am assuming I am using euclidean distance for KNN as well. Therefore when KNN = 1, I should be looking for only the nearest point, which should be the same as the minimum euclidean distance classifier, correct?

Thanks!

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KNN needs a distance metric, which might be euclidean distance, and in this case, yes.

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