regularization

(from the article `celestial mechanics`) ...close approaches are sometimes handled by a change to a set of variables, usually involving the eccentric anomaly , that vary much less rapidly ...
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regularization

[n] - the condition of having been made regular (or more regular)
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regularization

regularisation noun the act of bringing to uniformity; making regular
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regularization

regularisation noun the condition of having been made regular (or more regular)
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Regularization

[linguistics] In linguistics, regularization is a phenomenon in language acquisition and language development, whereby irregular forms in morphology, syntax, etc., are replaced by regular ones. Examples are `gooses` instead of `geese` in child speech and replacement of the Middle English plural form for `cow`, `kine`, with `cows`. Erroneous...
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Regularization

[mathematics] Regularization, in mathematics and statistics and particularly in the fields of machine learning and inverse problems, refers to a process of introducing additional information in order to solve an ill-posed problem or to prevent overfitting. This information is usually of the form of a penalty for complexity, such as restrict...
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Regularization

[physics] It is not always possible to define a regularization such that the limit of ε going to zero is independent of the regularization. In this case, one says that the theory contains an anomaly. Anomalous theories have been studied in great detail and are often founded on the celebrated Atiyah–Singer index theorem or variations ther...
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