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Old 04-26-2012, 04:15 PM
pventurelli@gotoibr.com pventurelli@gotoibr.com is offline
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Default Re: Clarification on VC bound

I have a question regarding a statement made in the textbook. On page 51 in the second paragraph, it is said that the m_H grows logarithmically with N and so is crushed by the factor 1/N. First, igiven that (from page 50) m_H is bounded from above by N^d_vc + 1, how is it true that m_H grows logarithmically with N? Second, is the crushed part of the statement saying that a function that is of the form f1=log(N) is dominated by a function f2=1/x in the sense that f1/f2 tends to zero as N tends to infinity?

Thanks for your help in clarifying this point.
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