Thread: Problem 3.16
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Old 10-17-2015, 02:55 PM
zhaozb15 zhaozb15 is offline
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Default Problem 3.16

The probability that you accept somebody is g(\mathbf x). So the expected cost of accepting an intruder is g(\mathbf x)c_a, which is different from the book. Did I make a mistake somewhere? Thanks.
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