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E_in E_out tradeoff, Couldn't E_in always be 0?
QUESTION: Page 2526. and tradeoff. Shouldn't always be able to be 0? Since we can always be lucky and just came up with a polynomial with (number of sample points in ) degree that fits the sample points perfectly. Here since we try to keep (number of hypothesis) to be 1, we assume we didn't look at the data (thus ) and just straightforwardly set (thus avoiding complex ), where is the degree perfectfit polynomial. Wouldn't this case make always possible to be 0?
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Re: E_in E_out tradeoff, Couldn't E_in always be 0?
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Being lucky is similar to being lucky with the lottery; you can always pick the winning lottery ticket if you are lucky enough, but that does not mean that there is a way to make this happen.
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