# Does it make sense train Linear Support Vector Regression with an epsilon of 0?

In the sklearn.svm.LinearSVR implementation, the default parameter of epsilon is 0.0. And the documentation says "if unsure, set this to 0" via the Scikit LinearSVR doc. I am not trained in statistics but it's my understanding that the power of the LinearSVR techniques comes from the fact that it can solve an optimization problem that it disregards makes errors within an epsilon distance. If that's the case, is there any value to train a LinearSVR model with an epsilon as 0?

Setting $$\epsilon \leftarrow 0$$ makes the SVM equivalent to Mean Absolute Deviation regression, plus the $$\ell_2$$ penalization.