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The answer is that we can’t — in a realworld problem, the data could quite possibly have been generated by a complex function such as shown on the right. The only way that we can proceed to meaningfully learn from data such as this is by imposing some a priori prejudice on the nature of the complexity of functions we expect to elucidate. A common way of doing this is via ‘regularisation’. 2 Complexity Control: Regularisation A common, and generally very reasonable, assumption is that we typically expect that data is generated from smooth, rather than complex, functions.
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G. for So, more generally, we can treat the posterior having observed as the ‘prior’ for the remaining data and obtain the equivalent result to seeing all the data at once. We exploit this result in Figure 4 where we illustrate how the posterior distribution updates with increasing amounts of data. The second row in Figure 4 illustrates some relevant points. First, because the data observed up to that point are not generally near the centres of the two basis functions visualised, those values of are relatively uninformative regarding the associated weights and the posterior thereover has not deviated far from the prior.