Logistic function is well known to be a good binary classificator, as it can be easily shown with this image (let x be the dot product of [x1,x2] and [w1, w2]): enter image description here
I am currently learning how a multiclass logistic classifier works, and this time with x1 and x2 as axes, three classes can be represented as follows (from this link):
According to several sites, both the "one vs the rest" and the multinomial logistic classifiers, would have one logistic regression for each of these 3 classes, with the difference of training them "together" or separately. If this is true, and we assume the next figure to be related to the previous example, I can't figure out how these 3 regressions (as in the first example) would be plotted in there.
As much I could figure, in the "one vs the rest" case, how to draw the logistic function for blue and yellow categories against the rest, but how would it be for the red category against the rest?