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 n. An ndimensional generalization of a plane; an affine subspace of dimension n1 that splits an ndimensional space. (In a onedimensional space, it is a point; In twodimensional space it is a line; In threedimensional space, it is an ordinary plane)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
 n. An (n—1)dimensional plane, defined in ndimensional space by a homogeneous linear equation between its homogeneous coördinates.
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Alternatively, you could use discriminant analysis: find the hyperplane in role playing, sexual orientation, minority group space that best separates those with mental health problems from those without.

We want to see Richard Seaton blow up the Fenacrhone spacebattlewagon with his thirdorder zone of force, assuming he can escape from the fourthdimensional evil of the hyperplane.

In any case, Myrvold's proposal demonstrates that even if state collapses are not hyperplane dependent, they need not be incompatible with relativity theory.

The hyperplanedependent theory is genuinely relativistic.

This time, I could clearly see the sphere, extending "above" and "below" the hyperplane of threedimensional space in smooth hemispheres.

Phillips seems to go further and say something to the effect that any vector of random noise can be explained presumably meaning something other than the trivial “you pick the significance of the explanation, and I pick an explaining hyperplane”.

Their little hyperplane was skimming at the brink of space, and the crew was locked inside the cockpit, and the two of them were sharing the little foldout bed.

The Unit Theorem implies that this map has the roots of unity as kernel and maps '' U '' to a lattice of full rank in a hyperplane.

Each of the training examples which supports the dividing line (or more accurately the dividing hyperplane) has a value in the array lagrangeMults which effectively defines it's weight.

We know that this value must lie on the decision hyperplane, so we can substitute it into the hyperplane equation, then shuffle it around to solve for r:
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