# Kernel math

The kernel of a linear transformation is the set of all vectors “killed” (i.e., mapped to the zero vector) by that transformation. A kernel under an integral tells what “weight” to ascribe to each value of the function being integrated. Here, kernel

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## Kernel (linear algebra)

The Kernel of a function is the set of points that the function sends to 0 0. Amazingly, once we know this set, we can immediately characterize how the matrix (or linear function) maps its inputs to its outputs. I hope that by the
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## A Visual Introduction to Function Kernels

The kernel (or nullspace) of a linear transformation T \colon {\mathbb R}^n \to {\mathbb R}^m T: Rn → Rm is the set \text {ker} (T) ker(T) of vectors {\bf x} \in {\mathbb R}^n x ∈ Rn such that T (

## Kernel (algebra)

A Kernel is nothing but a function of our lower-dimensional vectors x, and x* that represents a dot product of φ (x) and φ (x*) in higher-dimensional space. K (x, x*) = \phi (x)^T \phi (x*) To illustrate why this works

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