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Originally Posted by yaser
A point is a data point, so these are 3 points. For each possible target function, there is a number of agreements (0,1,2 or3) with your hypothesis on these 3 points. We are keeping a tally of the number of agreements as we go through all possible target functions.

Sorry I'm struggling a bit understanding the framework here. Maybe it's just terminology. What is the difference between a "possible target function" and a "hypothesis" ? I thought that they were equivalent, but it does not seem to be the case  a hypothesis must agree with a target function.