- **Chapter 1 - The Learning Problem**
(*http://book.caltech.edu/bookforum/forumdisplay.php?f=108*)

- - **Problem 1.3 Question Please Help**
(*http://book.caltech.edu/bookforum/showthread.php?t=4885*)

Problem 1.3 Question Please HelpQuestion 1.3 A: Let p = min(1=<n=<N) y(n)(w*Yx(n)). Show that p > 0.
(For lack of any other notation I use brackets to represent subscripts, sorry) Question 1.3 B: Show that wT(t)w* >= wT(t-1)w* + p, and conclude that wT(t)w* >= tp My Questions: - I understand p is defined in A but I am not familiar with the notation and I do not know what it represents. What is the min expression getting at? Is it the fact the value of p such that the value of n is minimized? Can you give me intuition behind what p actually is? - How does the the RHS of the first inequality relate to the RHS of the second inequality in B? My understanding is t represents the iteration number of the perceptron algorithim. Is this the case or am I mistaken? Does tp somehow equal wT(t-1)w* + p and if so where the heck does it come from? I am so confused Any help would be much appreciated, I have been stumped on this question for too long |

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