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What is meant by the term overfitting in the context of inductive inference? Give example(s) and solution(s)

Answer #1

**What is meant by the term overfitting in the context of
inductive inference :-**

- Inductive inference is the process to reach on general
conclusion from specific example
**.** - The m
**ain advantage of viewing inductive inference system of inductive bias is that it provides non procedural means of characterizing the policy for generalizing beyond the observed data.** - And it also aloows for comparision of various learners based on the strength of inductive bias.
- The following algorithm can be based on weak and strong bias --
**Elimination algorithm for candidate --**New instances can be classified where all the mambers of current version space agree in classification.**Inductive bias --**The target concept can be represented in hypothysis space.

**Example --**

- For example there is some relevent attribute x,y, z.
- The valus of x = 2 , y = 3, z = 5.
- The ovrfitting of x, y, z can be
**Solution --**Model 1 -- x + y = z, here the prediction can be x = 0, y = 0, z = 0- Model 2 -- If x =2 , z = 5, then y = 3, otherwise y = 1
- Good -- Fully consistent with data.
- Bad -- Justification can not be given in the data for the prediction of y = 1 in all cases.
- Inductive bias -- The assumption can be based on implicit and explicit for the kind of model is wanted.

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