Model and cost function

Model Representation To establish notation for future use, we’ll use x^{(i)}x(i) to denote the “input” variables (living area in this example), also called input features, and y^{(i)}y(i) to denote the “output” or target variable that we are trying to predict (price). A pair (x^{(i)} , y^{(i)} )(x(i),y(i)) is called a training example, and the dataset […]

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