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Old 11-04-2014, 12:18 AM
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Default Re: Discussion of the VC proof

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Hi Prof. Yaser. I have a problem with the proof of Lemma A.2., page 190. I don't understand what this part means
Here is what it means. Let's say that you have P(A|B)\le \alpha for every B. Then, regardless of what the probability distribution of B, it will be true that P(A)\le \alpha since we can multiply both sides of P(A|B)\le \alpha by P(B) and integrate B out.
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