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Additive smoothing

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  1. a technique used to smooth a distribution p(x) representing, for example, occurrences of a word x in a text

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 11, 2009
  2. a term from the field of statistical language modeling and statistics

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  3. The additively smoothed distribution is defined as where &delta

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  4. is a number typically between 0 and 1, X is the group of all sample groups (for example different words) and N is the number of all samples Additive smoothing is sometimes referred as Lidstone smoothing

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