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Old 07-06-2012, 10:39 AM
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Default ERRATA: typesetting error with brackets at top of page 63

This is a minor typesetting error, but a potentially confusing one. It's difficult to describe here in a non-typeset way, but I'll do my best.

In the derivation for the expected out-of-sample error that is independent of any particular realization of the data set D, the final line in the derivation has a bracket size problem:

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    = E_x[E_D[g^(D)(x)^2] - 2E_D[g^(D)(x)]f(x) + f(x)^2]
The bracket in red in the code above is a "larger" bracket in the typesetting, and the bracket in green is a "small" bracket in the typesetting. I believe the red one should be "small" and the green one "large".
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Old 07-06-2012, 11:51 AM
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This is a minor typesetting error, but a potentially confusing one. It's difficult to describe here in a non-typeset way, but I'll do my best.

In the derivation for the expected out-of-sample error that is independent of any particular realization of the data set D, the final line in the derivation has a bracket size problem:

Code:
    = E_x[E_D[g^(D)(x)^2] - 2E_D[g^(D)(x)]f(x) + f(x)^2]
The bracket in red in the code above is a "larger" bracket in the typesetting, and the bracket in green is a "small" bracket in the typesetting. I believe the red one should be "small" and the green one "large".
You are right! Thank you.
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Default Re: ERRATA: typesetting error with brackets at top of page 63

Hijacking this thread:

In Problem 2.21 of my printing (1.10?), the font of "g" in the theorem looks wrong.
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Old 01-13-2015, 11:11 AM
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In Problem 2.21 of my printing (1.10?), the font of "g" in the theorem looks wrong.
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Default Re: ERRATA: typesetting error with brackets at top of page 63

What should g means? thanks Yaser
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