Thread: Problem 2.15b
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Old 10-02-2014, 09:10 PM
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Default Re: Problem 2.15b

For the entire set of monotonically increasing hypotheses.

(m(N) for a single hypothesis as in part (a) is 1 since a single hypothesis can only implement one dichotomy on any data set)

Originally Posted by cumings View Post
Are we finding m(N) for our example in part (a) or for the overall hypothesis set containing all monotonically increasing functions?
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