Lecture 6 2N sample
Hi all,
At the end of lecture 6, Prof. Yaser replaces one sample with 2 samples of size N each. We then replace m(N) with m(2N) in the inequality. However, these are 2 distinct samples. So won't the maximum no. of hypothesis actually be 2m(N), which in general is more than m(2N)) ? The constraints of 2N points would hold if it were a single sample set, but here more no. of hypothesis are possible as the Nsets are distinct. Is this the reason for the additional factors in the inequality? 
Re: Lecture 6 2N sample
Thank you Prof! I was a little confused earlier. Much clearer now!

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