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Eager Learning
... In artificial intelligence, eager learning is a learning method in which the system tries to construct a general, input independent target function during training of the ... Eager learning systems also deal much better with noise in the training data ... Eager learning is an example of offline learning, in which post-training queries to the system have no effect on the system itself, and thus the same query to the system will always ...
Ben Eager - Playing Career
... Eager was drafted in the 1st round, 23rd overall by the Phoenix Coyotes in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft ... The 2006–07 NHL season would see Eager lead the league in penalty minutes, even though he only played 63 games ... Eager was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks on December 18, 2007 for Jim Vandermeer ...
Allen Eager
... Allen Eager (January 10, 1927, New York City – May 13, 2003, Daytona Beach, Florida) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist ... Eager first played jazz as a teenager during World War II in the bands of Bobby Sherwood, Sonny Dunham, Shorty Sherock, Hal McIntyre, Woody Herman, Tommy Dorsey ... Eager mentioned the death of Charlie Parker and his problems with drug addiction as reasons for his withdrawal from the scene ...
Samuel W. Eager
... Samuel Watkins Eager (April 8, 1789 – December 23, 1860) was a U.S ... Born in Neelytown, New York, Eager attended Montgomery Academy in Montgomery, New York, and graduated from Princeton College in 1809 ... Eager was elected as an Anti-Jacksonian candidate to the Twenty-first Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Hector Craig and served from November 2, 1830, to March 3, 1831 ...

Famous quotes containing the word eager:

    Always too eager for the future, we
    Pick up bad habits of expectancy.
    Something is always approaching; every day
    Till then we say....
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    In European thought in general, as contrasted with American, vigor, life and originality have a kind of easy, professional utterance. American—on the other hand, is expressed in an eager amateurish way. A European gives a sense of scope, of survey, of consideration. An American is strained, sensational. One is artistic gold; the other is bullion.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    Most of us are about as eager to be changed as we were to be born, and go through our changes in a similar state of shock.
    James Baldwin (1924–1987)