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alicechen
02:12
yes
David Koleczek
02:13
yes
Nilesh
02:15
yes
Quentin Dupupet
06:47
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Nilesh
33:34
Is it XV?
Zixian Qiu
50:48
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mumingpo/svd-image-compression/master/svd/Figure_3.png
Zixian Qiu
51:16
data compression as compared to bitmap
Steven
53:52
This is basically xvvt
Trang Tran
01:03:31
(VV^T)(VV^T)y = V(V^TV)V^Ty = VIV^Ty = (VV^T)y
Trang Tran
01:04:28
For the second exercise, should we do the dot product here?
nikhil
01:05:10
Dot product works
nikhil
01:05:17
exactly same as before
Trang Tran
01:05:24
That’s what I found too
Maliha Islam
01:06:54
just curious. if V^TV = I, then can we say in any case VV^T = I as well?
Cecilia Ferrando
01:06:57
is the first y transposed?
Cecilia Ferrando
01:07:06
in the first term
Steven
01:18:49
We should renovate our homes by increasing bathrooms
alicechen
01:19:49
Thank you!
Emily Dzwil
01:19:50
Thank you!
Olivia Comeau
01:19:51
Thanks!
Wei JIANG
01:19:56
Thanks!
Jinchao Yang
01:19:56
Thank you!
Pradhiksha
01:20:01
Thanka!
Jenn Halbleib
01:20:03
Thanks :)
Steven
01:20:08
Thank you!
Steven
01:20:12
it was a great lecture