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Originally Posted by yaser
affects the value of because it affects the probability of each , so the probability of red marbles (i.e., 's where ) changes accordingly. We are sampling according to , except that when we look at the bin abstraction of the situation, we only care about the color of not its identity, so the binaryevent probability is sufficient to characterize sampling of the marbles.

But isn't
fixed when you choose a particular hypothesis
h. [ Because number of red marbles is equal to the number of points in the input space where hypothesis ( h ) and target function ( f ) disagree. And this, in my opinion, has nothing to do with probability distribution function ]
Please clarify.
Thanks,
Giridhar.