
[Points: 8; Issued: 2005/03/18; Deadline: 2005/04/28; Tutor:
Stefan Rath; Infohour: 2005/04/25, 12:0013:00,
Seminarraum IGI; Einsichtnahme: 2005/05/16, 12:0013:00,
Seminarraum IGI; Download: pdf; ps.gz]
Construct for every
a
probability measure on
and a class
of
hypotheses
for which you can
prove: for every
there
exists a nonempty list of examples
with
for all
in and a hypothesis
so
that
and
. The
construction and the proof should be clearly structured, and
consist of complete sentences in perspicuous logical
relationship.
You can get up to 2 extra points if you can arrange your construction so
that the same and the
same
can be
chosen for all
.
