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Gender Wars

“There is more difference within the sexes than between them.”‒Ivy Compton-Bennett, Mother and Son “In all of human biology, there is no greater difference than of that between men and women.”—Some biology notes I found online These two statements sound … Continue reading

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visualisation of how the kernel trick makes a non-separable collection of points linearly separable. I guess the kernel mappings really add a dimension, rather than replacing a dimension, don’t they. (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)

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Support Vector Machines and Gender Differences

Earlier I wrote that gender is like a maximally separating hyperplane, including vast within-gender differences? I was trying to use maths to end the war of the sexes. Some who read it didn’t know what a support vector machine was. You … Continue reading

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Gender Wars

“There is more difference within the sexes than between them.”‒Ivy Compton-Bennett, Mother and Son “In all of human biology, there is no greater difference than of that between men and women.”—Some biology notes I found online These two statements sound … Continue reading

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