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 henry2015 06-04-2016 08:24 PM

Re: Exercise 1.11

Thanks for confirming!

Appreciate it!

 phil123 04-29-2017 11:00 AM

Re: Exercise 1.11

Hi, everyone.

Regarding part d) of this problem, I think the answer is "no", correct, since isn't the real question whether or not sampled data has any value for infering a paramter?

Did I totally miss the point?

The first 3 I got.

 don slowik 11-14-2017 03:27 PM

Re: Exercise 1.11

If the probability of +1 is in fact less than 0.5, than h_C does better than h_S out of training data (as it will predict the more probable -1 for each point). But the probability of this happening (p being less than 0.5 with all 25 training data points showing y=+1) is P(|v-p|>0.5) < 2exp(-2*0.5**2 * 25) = 7.45e-06

 samyh 01-08-2018 09:51 PM

Re: Exercise 1.11

Thank You Good Work!
العاب

 subbupd 02-08-2018 04:46 AM

Re: Exercise 1.11

Thank you Prof. Yaser!

You're doing a great job!

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