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1998). Assume the hypothesis class is a set of hyperplanes‚ and that there is some distribution generating examples. Define R to be a constant such that For all with zero error on the training sample‚ with probability at least over the choice of training set of size drawn from D‚ where is a constant. ‚ maximum value for on the training sample. This bound suggests that if the training data is separable‚ the hyperplane with maximum margin should be 36 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN PARSING TECHNOLOGY chosen as the hypothesis with the best bound on its expected error.
4. Statistical Learning Theory The next 4 sections of this chapter describe theoretical results underlying the parameter estimation algorithms in section 8. 3 we describe the basic framework under which we will analyse the various learning approaches. In section 5 we describe analysis for a simple case‚ finite hypothesis classes‚ which will be useful for illustrating ideas and intuition underlying the methods. In section 6 we describe analysis of hyperplane classifiers. In section 7 we describe how the results for hyperplane classifiers can be generalized to apply to the linear models introduced in section 2.
There is‚ however‚ a similar theorem that can be applied in the non-separable case. 19. Assume the hypothesis class is a set of hyperplanes‚ and that there is some distribution generating examples. Let R be a constant such that For all for all with probability at least over the choice of training set of size drawn from D‚ where is a constant. (The first result of the form of theorem 6 was given in (Bartlett 1998). This was a general result for large margin classifiers; the immediate corollary that implies the above theorem was given in (Anthony and Bartlett 1999).