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Old 10-01-2014, 01:13 PM
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Default Problem 2.15b

Are we finding m(N) for our example in part (a) or for the overall hypothesis set containing all monotonically increasing functions?
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Old 10-02-2014, 08:10 PM
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Default Re: Problem 2.15b

For the entire set of monotonically increasing hypotheses.

(m(N) for a single hypothesis as in part (a) is 1 since a single hypothesis can only implement one dichotomy on any data set)

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Are we finding m(N) for our example in part (a) or for the overall hypothesis set containing all monotonically increasing functions?
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Question Re: Problem 2.15b

For a), am I correct in imagining a hypothesis h where I have a 2D Cartesian plane, which is divided by a "stairs" line that goes from the top left to the bottom right? The region "above" the stairs would be +1, and the region below the stairs would be -1.
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