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04-23-2018, 08:00 AM
 samyar1 Junior Member Join Date: Apr 2018 Location: iran Posts: 1
Re: Discussion of the VC proof

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05-02-2018, 09:08 PM
 ebookrally Junior Member Join Date: May 2018 Posts: 1
Re: Discussion of the VC proof

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 Originally Posted by magdon You are correct. We could have made other assumptions. But there is a special reason why we DO want 1. Because we are bounding the probability, and so there is nothing to prove if we claim that a probability is less equal to 1. So, whenever the RHS (i.e. the bound) evaluates to 1 or bigger, there is nothing to prove. So we only need to consider the case when the bound evaluates to less than 1.
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05-02-2018, 09:16 PM
 iranpaper Junior Member Join Date: May 2018 Posts: 1
Re: Discussion of the VC proof

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 Originally Posted by yaser Here is what it means. Let's say that you have for every . Then, regardless of what the probability distribution of , it will be true that since we can multiply both sides of by and integrate out.
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