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How to correct the error - ClassificationSVM

FITCSVM does not have an argument named 'showplot'. When I run your original code in R2018a I get this: Error using cla...

How to correct the error - ClassificationSVM

FITCSVM does not have an argument named 'showplot'. When I run your original code in R2018a I get this: Error using cla...

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How import keras model converted by yolov3 weights to matlab?

2018a Neural Network Toolbox does not support networks with more than 1 input or output layer

How import keras model converted by yolov3 weights to matlab?

2018a Neural Network Toolbox does not support networks with more than 1 input or output layer

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TreeBagger parameter tuning for classification

The following works for me in R2018a. It predicts 'Cylinders' (3 classes) and it calls oobError to get the misclassification rat...

TreeBagger parameter tuning for classification

The following works for me in R2018a. It predicts 'Cylinders' (3 classes) and it calls oobError to get the misclassification rat...

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Is 'bayesopt' such a poor optimizer or am I doing something wrong?

I think it's actually a hard problem to find the global minimum of this function. I wonder if you have tried any other optimizer...

Is 'bayesopt' such a poor optimizer or am I doing something wrong?

I think it's actually a hard problem to find the global minimum of this function. I wonder if you have tried any other optimizer...

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For Bayesian optimisation performed by the function "bayesobt", how can I change the covariance function? and how to change its hyper-parameters, i.e. Length scale and signal variance?

You can change the KernelFunction used in the GP that models the objective function. To do that, you will need to edit the sourc...

For Bayesian optimisation performed by the function "bayesobt", how can I change the covariance function? and how to change its hyper-parameters, i.e. Length scale and signal variance?

You can change the KernelFunction used in the GP that models the objective function. To do that, you will need to edit the sourc...

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Help req. in using fitcsvm()

(1) Yes that's right. In that case it will optimize BoxConstraint and KernelScale. (2) svmmod contains the SVM trained on the...

Help req. in using fitcsvm()

(1) Yes that's right. In that case it will optimize BoxConstraint and KernelScale. (2) svmmod contains the SVM trained on the...

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How can I initialise ''bayesopt'' when I use multiple workers?

Hi Omar, This is a known bug that was fixed in version R2018a. To fix this in R2017b, you'll need to replace 2 source files i...

How can I initialise ''bayesopt'' when I use multiple workers?

Hi Omar, This is a known bug that was fixed in version R2018a. To fix this in R2017b, you'll need to replace 2 source files i...

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Finding probability distributions associated with a cross-validated svm using bayesopt

To get posterior probabilities on a test set using a trained SVM, you can consult this Documentation page: <https://www.math...

Finding probability distributions associated with a cross-validated svm using bayesopt

To get posterior probabilities on a test set using a trained SVM, you can consult this Documentation page: <https://www.math...

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fitrsvm fails if epsilon is generated using a for loop

Can we simplify things a bit? Here's a version of your code that uses built-in validation instead of explicit loops. The fir...

fitrsvm fails if epsilon is generated using a for loop

Can we simplify things a bit? Here's a version of your code that uses built-in validation instead of explicit loops. The fir...

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bayesopt() fails to find any feasible solutions when feasible proportion of search space < ~ 10^-5 %

Gaussian Process-based constrained Bayesian optimization does not work well when the feasible region occupies such a small fract...

bayesopt() fails to find any feasible solutions when feasible proportion of search space < ~ 10^-5 %

Gaussian Process-based constrained Bayesian optimization does not work well when the feasible region occupies such a small fract...

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I am new on matlab and installed R2017B and preparing a project emotion based music player

In your posted code, I see a single call to 'fitcknn' and it is passed 3 arguments: c=fitcknn(test_feature,fea,group); f...

I am new on matlab and installed R2017B and preparing a project emotion based music player

In your posted code, I see a single call to 'fitcknn' and it is passed 3 arguments: c=fitcknn(test_feature,fea,group); f...

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Can bayesopt() be run without an objective function call?

How about this? * The objective function returns 0 but is never called. * The initial points are counted as objective evalua...

Can bayesopt() be run without an objective function call?

How about this? * The objective function returns 0 but is never called. * The initial points are counted as objective evalua...

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How to use Gaussian Process Regression with multidimension input with meanfunc?

I suggest using the <https://www.mathworks.com/help/stats/fitrgp.html?searchHighlight=fitrgp&s_tid=doc_srchtitle FITRGP> functio...

How to use Gaussian Process Regression with multidimension input with meanfunc?

I suggest using the <https://www.mathworks.com/help/stats/fitrgp.html?searchHighlight=fitrgp&s_tid=doc_srchtitle FITRGP> functio...

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How to check the kernel parameter values of a Gaussian process regression (GPR) model after training

You can see the kernel parameters like this: gprMdl.KernelInformation.KernelParameters By default, params(4) (KernelScal...

How to check the kernel parameter values of a Gaussian process regression (GPR) model after training

You can see the kernel parameters like this: gprMdl.KernelInformation.KernelParameters By default, params(4) (KernelScal...

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Is there a bug in Multidimensional Input to mhsample?

We now have on this page examples of <https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/164051-is-there-a-bug-in-multidimensional-...

Is there a bug in Multidimensional Input to mhsample?

We now have on this page examples of <https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/164051-is-there-a-bug-in-multidimensional-...

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How robust is the Bayesian Optimization implementation on Matlab. Does the Gaussian Process Regression have a Maximum LIkelihood Selector for Kernel Parameter's and Mean Parameter similar to the sklearn Gaussian Process Regressio?

The 'bayesopt' function uses 'fitrgp' to do Gaussian Process regression. You can read all about it here: <https://www.mathworks....

How robust is the Bayesian Optimization implementation on Matlab. Does the Gaussian Process Regression have a Maximum LIkelihood Selector for Kernel Parameter's and Mean Parameter similar to the sklearn Gaussian Process Regressio?

The 'bayesopt' function uses 'fitrgp' to do Gaussian Process regression. You can read all about it here: <https://www.mathworks....

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Is there a bug in Multidimensional Input to mhsample?

In the posted code, the problem is that the proposal distribution function 'proppdf' does not return a scalar probability densit...

Is there a bug in Multidimensional Input to mhsample?

In the posted code, the problem is that the proposal distribution function 'proppdf' does not return a scalar probability densit...

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bayesopt() - where is the code for the Gaussian Proccess and kernel function?

Search for 'fitrgp' inside BayesianOptimization.m. That's the GP function that is used. <https://www.mathworks.com/help/stats/fi...

bayesopt() - where is the code for the Gaussian Proccess and kernel function?

Search for 'fitrgp' inside BayesianOptimization.m. That's the GP function that is used. <https://www.mathworks.com/help/stats/fi...

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Make Bayesian Optimization (bayesopt) model positive

Just to add to Alan's answer, bayesopt uses a Gaussian Process model to model the objective function, and Gaussian processes are...

Make Bayesian Optimization (bayesopt) model positive

Just to add to Alan's answer, bayesopt uses a Gaussian Process model to model the objective function, and Gaussian processes are...

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Hyper-parameter Optimization

Actually, all of the variables are custom variables. They can be whatever you want. The objective function, which you write, get...

Hyper-parameter Optimization

Actually, all of the variables are custom variables. They can be whatever you want. The objective function, which you write, get...

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Code documentation neural networks

This might be more what you're looking for: <https://www.mathworks.com/help/nnet/deep-learning-training-from-scratch.html>

Code documentation neural networks

This might be more what you're looking for: <https://www.mathworks.com/help/nnet/deep-learning-training-from-scratch.html>

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Baysian Optimisation. Any way of increasing the sample size of candidates solutions to satisfy XConstraintFunction in bayesopt()?

Unfortunately the API doesn't allow that, but you can assign into the Options object once you have one. The bayesopt function cr...

Baysian Optimisation. Any way of increasing the sample size of candidates solutions to satisfy XConstraintFunction in bayesopt()?

Unfortunately the API doesn't allow that, but you can assign into the Options object once you have one. The bayesopt function cr...

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Bug in bayesopt() function? Initial evaluation points table being incorrectly evaluated?

Hi Bob, You're running into a bug in bayesoptim.isInteger. You should be able to view that code by typing edit bayesoptim....

Bug in bayesopt() function? Initial evaluation points table being incorrectly evaluated?

Hi Bob, You're running into a bug in bayesoptim.isInteger. You should be able to view that code by typing edit bayesoptim....

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What is the difference between k-fold optimization and k-fold cross-validation in fitcecoc? Isn't it redundant?

I think it's fair to say that the returned model has been cross-validated, in the sense that it was chosen based on its cross-va...

What is the difference between k-fold optimization and k-fold cross-validation in fitcecoc? Isn't it redundant?

I think it's fair to say that the returned model has been cross-validated, in the sense that it was chosen based on its cross-va...

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Naive Bayes Posterior Probability

You can get the posterior probabilities from the second output of the predict method. See this page: http://www.mathworks.com/h...

Naive Bayes Posterior Probability

You can get the posterior probabilities from the second output of the predict method. See this page: http://www.mathworks.com/h...

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Simulated annealing on a 3D matrix data set instead of a mathematical function?

Here's an illustration of how to do it with bayesopt. You would have your objective function call your external function (someho...

Simulated annealing on a 3D matrix data set instead of a mathematical function?

Here's an illustration of how to do it with bayesopt. You would have your objective function call your external function (someho...

oltre 2 anni ago | 0

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bayesopt: change the default kernel / options

bayesopt doesn't have a way to do that from the command line, but you can do it by editing the code. The only place where fitrgp...

bayesopt: change the default kernel / options

bayesopt doesn't have a way to do that from the command line, but you can do it by editing the code. The only place where fitrgp...

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Using Bayesopt for TreeBagger Classification

Here's a variation that doesn't use a function-within-a-function. Maybe it's easier to understand: load fisheriris X = m...

Using Bayesopt for TreeBagger Classification

Here's a variation that doesn't use a function-within-a-function. Maybe it's easier to understand: load fisheriris X = m...

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Using Bayesopt for TreeBagger Classification

How about something like this? Instead of crossval, it uses TreeBagger's ability to use the "out of bag" observations as validat...

Using Bayesopt for TreeBagger Classification

How about something like this? Instead of crossval, it uses TreeBagger's ability to use the "out of bag" observations as validat...

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bayesopt options pair: 'InitialX', {1x6} results in first cell-array entry taken as initial for all variables

Thanks for pointing this out. That's a bug, because bayesopt should not accept a cell array as the value for 'InitialX'. It expe...

bayesopt options pair: 'InitialX', {1x6} results in first cell-array entry taken as initial for all variables

Thanks for pointing this out. That's a bug, because bayesopt should not accept a cell array as the value for 'InitialX'. It expe...

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