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What do you understand by Hypothesis in the content of Machine Learning?
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A hypothesis is a certain function that we hope or believe is similar to the true function, the target function that we we intend to model. In the context of Machine Learning, specifically classification of important emails, the hypothesis could be the rule we proposed that allows us to distinguish and separate between important and non-important emails.
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