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Are Grid Search CV & Randomized Search CV always/necessarily supposed to give more accurate results after hyperparameter tuning as compared to K-Fold Cross Validation?

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    $\begingroup$ Grid Search CV & Randomized Search CV are hyperparameter tuning strategies that use K-Fold Cross Validation internally to evaluate each hyperparameter configuration. Is this the intended question: does hyperparameter tuning consistently provide better model accuracy than not having hyperparameter tuning? $\endgroup$
    – grov
    Oct 7 '21 at 4:07
  • $\begingroup$ Yes, this is what I meant. I first tried K Fold CV on my ML model, then Grid Search. My accuracy turned out to be slightly higher for K Fold though Grid & Radom Searches are expected to do better. So my doubt is, is it possible for K Fold to perform better than Grid Search? $\endgroup$
    – Apoorva
    Oct 7 '21 at 5:34
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From your comment above, " though Grid & Radom Searches are expected to do better." They are EXPECTED to perform better but it is not a given that in each and every case they will outperform K Fold CV. Sometimes K FoldCV can outperform Grid or Random SearchCV.

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