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When you say compute analytically what E_{\text{out}} should be, are you asking for the expected E_{\text{out}} w.r.t. \mathcal{D} as in top of page 63? Or do we assume a particular dataset \mathcal{D} to condition on? as in the bottom of page 62?
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When you say compute analytically what E_{\text{out}} should be, are you asking for the expected E_{\text{out}} w.r.t. \mathcal{D} as in top of page 63? Or do we assume a particular dataset \mathcal{D} to condition on? as in the bottom of page 62?
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