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Thread: More bad news for European electronics

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    Quote Originally Posted by smeyer0028 View Post
    Newton Professor of physics at Cambridge University explained combinatorial explosion this way in 1972. Modern computers that say are 10**9 faster than 1972 computers allow for exhaustive searching of larger problems than 1972 but even small problems require exhaustive searching of rather common 10*100 size search spaces so the 10**9 is a drop in the bucket.
    That's why you have heuristics and the heuristics only need to be better than the human ones to be more intelligent.

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    Feature selection in machine learning is an NP hard problem. There aren't any good heuristics for determining which features to examine, it takes domain expertise.

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