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Hi,
A function: f(X) = C^T*X
Where, ^T is Transpose
Then my book tells me that GRADIENT f(X) = C
Why? Why is it not GRADIENT f(X) = C^T
Where, ^T is Transpose and GRADIENT is labla (opposite to delta)
Please help!
Thanks
A function: f(X) = C^T*X
Where, ^T is Transpose
Then my book tells me that GRADIENT f(X) = C
Why? Why is it not GRADIENT f(X) = C^T
Where, ^T is Transpose and GRADIENT is labla (opposite to delta)
Please help!
Thanks