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Originally Posted by hesam.creative
Is it justified to compare Q7 through 10 to the probabilistic model in lecture #2,bin and marbles,say,all the points in [1,1]*[1,1] as all marbles in bin,random points as random green and red marbles(a sample drawn from bin).p(f(x)~=g(x)) as μ. however,in this model f is determined,while target function is never known to us.Moreover,M is infinite;however,this is related to generalization theory.

The theory will indeed address this question in detail in Lectures 57, and the perceptron case in particular will be analyzed in Lecture 7.