Re: What does it mean to "satisfy" Hoeffding's Inequality?
I am sorry, but I still dont get it. Let us say one person is tossing a fair coin 10 times and got all heads. Here one coin refers to one hypothesis correct ?, so that is fixed. N is also fixed to 10. Does this mean that this experiment would satisfy hoefding's inequality ?
I am confused by the statement that hoeffding's inequlity is universally true for fixed hypothesis and experiment.
