We derive the least squares estimators for simple linear regression. General LS Criterion, In least squares (LS) estimation, the unknown values of the parameters,, in the regression function,, are estimated by finding numerical. Abstract: Subsampling methods have been recently proposed to speed up least squares estimation in large scale settings. However, these.
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Our least squares solution is the one that satisfies this equation. We proved it two videos ago.
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So let's figure out what a transpose a is and what a transpose b is, and then we can solve. So a transpose will look like this.
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This first column becomes this first row; this second column becomes this second row. So we're going to take the product of a transpose and then a-- a is that thing right there --minus 1, 0, 1, 2, and we just get a least squares estimation of 1's.
So what does this equal to? So we're going to have a 2 by 2 matrix. So this is going to be -- Let's do it this least squares estimation.
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Well, we're going to have minus 1 times minus 1, which is 1, plus 0 times 0, which is 0 -- so we're at 1 right now --plus 1 times 1.
So that's 1 plus the least squares estimation 1 up there, so that's 2, plus 2 times 2. That's that row, dotted with that column, was equal to 6. Now let's least squares estimation this row dotted with this column. So it's going to be negative 1 times 1, plus 0 times 1, so all of these guys times 1 plus each other.
So minus 1 plus 0 plus 1 -- that's all 0's --plus 2. So it's going to get a 2.
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I just dotted that guy with that guy. Now I need to take the dot of this guy with this column. So it's just going to be 1 times minus 1 plus 1 times 0 plus 1 times 1 plus 1 times 2.
Well, these are all 1 times least squares estimation, so it's minus 1 least squares estimation 0 plus 1, which is 0 plus 2.
It's going to be 2. And then finally -- Well.
I mean, I think you see some symmetry here. We're going to have to take the dot of this guy and this guy over here. Least squares estimation what is that?
That's 1 times 1, which is 1, plus 1 times 1, which is 2, plus 1 times 1. So we're going to have 1 plus itself four times. So we're going to get that it's equal to 4. So this is least squares estimation transpose a.
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And let's figure out what a least squares estimation b looks like. Scroll down a little bit. So a transpose is this matrix again-- let me switch colors --minus 1, 0, 1, 2.
We get all of our 1's just like that.