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In Exercises 13- 23, find tt genertlling set for 1he null

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Problem 13

In Exercises 13- 23, find tt genertlling set for 1he null space of each linear trall.iformatioll T, a11d use your a11swer To deTermine whether T is one-to-one. T: 'R2 --> 'R2 defined by T

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02/09/16 CHAPTER 5 Learning- Acquisition of Information Associative Learning- Connecting things – 2 experiences/stimuli - fact/ definition Classical(Passive) Conditioning – Prediction of 2 stimuli/events occurring together - vs. Operant Learning – Response/ Behavior & Outcome US- Unconditional Stimulus- Food NS UR- Unconditional Response- Reflex- elicited by U.S.- Saliva CS- Conditional Stimulus CR- Conditional Response- Saliva Acquisition- learning  Pairing of US w/ NS ; NS becomes CS Extinction- CS alone – not forgetting- Active Inhibition Spontaneous Recovery- Return of CR (only w/ CS) after a lapse in time Fear Conditioning- Phobias US- Loud Sound UR- Startle CS- Rat CR- Phobia-Fear Generalization- equating different stimuli – treating stimuli equally Discrimination- seeing stimuli as different Implicit (Implied, Not Aware of, Unconscious) Association US - Porn UR - Arousal CS - Shape CR - Arousal US – Bite/ Knowledge UR – Bite  Pain CS – Snake CR - Fear 02/11/16 Operant Learning (S-R-O) - Law of Effect (Skinner) Behavior followed by + outcome, (that behavior) increases  Behaviorist - outcome, (that behavior) decreases  strength of neural connection/likelihood of behavior - Thorndike’s Puzzle Box -learning is incremental, not immediate *Reinforcement – Primary  Anything that reduces a biological drive Outcome Secondary  $ (= Token economy)  Intrinsic Motion  because you want fulfillment  Positive Reinforcement (Reward)  desirable outcome to a behavior - Negative Reinforcement  taking away something undesirable (aversive)  Avoidance  performing a behavior to prevent the presentation of aversive event - Escape  Performing a behavior to make aversive stimulus stop Positive Punishment - adding an aversive outcome when an undesirable behavior is performed Negative Punishment – removing a desirable outcome when “ “ “ “ “  Time - Out Reinforcement Schedule – Continuous – getting reward Partial – intermittent  improves motivation FR x reinforcement for every X behaviors- commission- predictable VR – X bar reinforced for every X bar behaviors – less predictable - slot machines  motivation FI- for every X min/ time, you get X reinforced – hourly - salary  lowest productivity FI Scallop Procrastination Latent Learning Observational Learning - Vicarious Reinforcement / Punishment

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Textbook: Elementary Linear Algebra: A Matrix Approach
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Author: Lawrence E. Spence
ISBN: 9780131871410

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