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Old 04-23-2012, 12:15 AM
gaurav.jain@umassmed.edu gaurav.jain@umassmed.edu is offline
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Default Re: Hoeffding's inequality

Could you please explain in detail. I am confused with the statement
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if you have 1000 balls and draw 1000 examples without replacement, you have zero chance to be any different
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Also could you please clarify
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Does it mean that they have 5% chance that their poll will close to the reality with an error of 3%?
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Thanks in advance.
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