Chernoff-Hoeffding Inequality and Applications


When dealing with modern big data sets, a very common theme is reducing the set through a random process. These generally work by making “many simple estimates” of the full data set, and then judging them as a whole. Perhaps magically, these “many simple estimates” can provide a very accurate and small representation of the large data set. The key tool in… (More)


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