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Inductive Bias - What is an example of an inductive bias?


One common example of inductive bias is Occam's razor. The basic premise upon which it is based is that the optimal hypothesis for the target function is the one that is most obvious and consistent. 'Consistent' here indicates that the learner's hypothesis yields correct results for every example given to the program.