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Training RMSE higher than Validation RMSE in H2O

I am using the H2O-DeepLearning Model for a Regression Problem. What i observe is that Training RMSE is higher than Validation RMSE. I am using the model with default parameter which is two hidden ...
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adaboost traning error based on number of training samples

There is a bound on AdaBoost training error based on the number of iterations and ϵt (weighted error of ht). Is there any boundary based on the number of training samples?
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How to train NN if training data has skewed distribution?

I would like (to try) to train a NN to predict the outcome, given the initial condition. For simplicity lets assume there are 100 input parameters which can cause either OutcomeA or OutcomeB. Because ...
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How is exchangeability related to covariate shift?

I understand that exchangeability refers to the notion that the order of data in a sequence does not affect the joint distribution of that data. In a sense, the current data we possess is from the ...
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How is it possible? Training and validation loss curves were decreasing while training data size was increasing

I'm really puzzled... I’ve learned and observed that training loss / error increases with training data size as stated in Dr Andrew Ng’s ML course. I’ve recently experienced an anomaly. Training loss ...
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Comparing Model's Performance on the Train and Test Sets

I've developed a model that predicts a future value of a parameter for the next 72 hours (only 11 hours presented on the chart). I've obtained the hyperparameters for my model with use of ...
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Different metrics for training and evaluation/comparison?

When does one train and cross-validate some models on a particularly objective (say, likelihood), and then evaluate or compare the models based on a different metric (say, AUC)? Any advantages and ...
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Training an ANN further once it reaches 100 % accuracy on training set

I have a very simply question: Does it make sense to further train an ANN once it reaches an accuracy of 100 % on the training data? I'm facing a binary classification problem and read this article ...
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Training Accuracy/Loss and Validation Accuracy/Loss

I have a few questions about the training process of a learning algorithm. My understanding is that each time a mini-batch is fed into the algorithm, I should calculate a loss and accuracy so that at ...
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My Neural Network gives a wrong prediction when I specify more nodes

I recently got interested in neural nets. After reading a bunch I tried to make one in python using numpy. I fed in some sample input and output data. When I train the neural net and and then ask it ...
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Training RBM with (normal) contrastive divergence vs persistent contrastive divergence

I implemented RBM by using PyTorch here and trained it with CalTech 101 28x28 Silhouettes dataset containing binary images. I implemented both (naive) contrastive divergence and persistent ...
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Considering Test Error when Computing Classification Confidence

Given is binary classifier, which, together with the class-label also returns a corresponding probability/confidence, e.g., logistic regression. Even with only very few training examples, such a ...
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What does a bouncing Training Error mean in an LSTM?

I have an Bidirectional LSTM of size 1024, running over a sequences of variable length. My dataset is 100,000 items large, with a 256 batch size. I'm taking the last relevant step, concatenating ...
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Learning Curves: Should the training set size be increased incrementally or Random Selection?

I am trying to write a bespoke learning curve function. I was wondering how is it usually implemented. When the size of the training set is increased - Is it normally increased by adding new samples ...
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Performance Evaluation Metrics used in Training, Validation and Testing

Which specific performance evaluation metrics are used in training, validation and testing and why? I am thinking error metrics (RMSE, MAE, MSE) are used in validation, and testing should use a wide ...
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Can 'independent' test set be included in data exploration without biasing generalisation error estimate?

If I have some data, say 1000 labelled examples (A/B, 500 of each), from which I define an independent test set of 100 labelled examples (A/B, 50 of each), then can I legitimately have a 'cursory ...
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If Mean Squared Error = Variance + Bias^2. Then How can the Mean Squared Error be lower than the Variance

I was reading the Introduction to Statistical Learning. Here it is shown that:- In a later example, the train and test MSE are plotted. I wanted to know if both the bias^2 and variance are positive ...
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Time series data pre-processing for anomaly detection

I am using a good volume of time series data that spans over two months [November and December 2015] containing time-stamp observations. A total of about 6 million samples. I use the portion of clean ...
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Expected prediction error

1.I am confused by question (c) from Caltech's Learning From Data. I got (M-1)/2M for question (a) and 2^N for question (b). Any formula concerning E(out) in the textbook is inequality. I found the ...
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Implications of training a deep network on batches using different sampling methods

During training of a deep network on data with high class-imbalance, I notice the network's predictions tend to mimic the class distribution in the training batches. What is the expected behavior of ...
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Error increase on L2 regularization in an NN

When introducing L2 regularization on my neural network, there is a point during training where the error starts to increase after having reached a value very close to 0. This is due to the fact that ...
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Which loss function to use when training LSTM for time series?

I'm experimenting with LSTM for time series prediction. The example I'm starting with uses mean squared error for training the network. I know that other time series forecasting tools use more "...
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Training loss increases with time

I am training a model (Recurrent Neural Network) to classify 4 types of sequences. As I run my training I see the training loss going down until the point where I correctly classify over 90% of the ...
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Identifying overfitting by comparison between training error and test error

I got a problem in which the classification task is very hard to accomplish, because the features are not very informative. Anyway I'm trying to get some results (even poor) using a neural network (...
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Which model is the best in this case and why?

I am a newbie in machine learning. I have a dataset and I have split them into 2 parts include 80% of data for training whereas 20% for testing. After training and validation I have some results as ...
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Training errors bigger than validation errors

I'm using H2O distributed random forest for a binary classification problem of a dataset with mix categorical and real features. However, my validation set errors are smaller than the training set ...
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How does shuffling influence ANN training?

I am wondering how shuffling will influence ANN training. I assume, we a batch training using the entire data for training at each epoch. Shuffling does not change the value of the error $$ E={\frac ...
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Prove that the expected MSE is smaller in training than in test

This is Exercise 2.9 (p. 40) of the classic book "The Elements of Statistical Learning", second edition, by Hastie, Tibshirani and Freedman. In the book, it's mentioned that this exercise was brought ...