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A kernel k is seperable if and only if all of it’s rows are multiples of each other. Intuitivly, this means you can pick any row l and then make a column of mulitplicative factors g, so that:

$$ \mathbf{K} = \vec{f} \cross \vec{g} $$


Geoffrey Hunter

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