Suppose that X is a random variable with E[X] = Var[X] = . What does Chebyshev’s inequality say about P(X > Tu)? (b) Imagine we have an algorithm….
Suppose that X is a random variable with E[X] = Var[X] = . What does Chebyshev’s inequality say about P(X > Tu)? (b) Imagine we have an algorithm for solving some decision problem (e.g., is a given number a prime?). Suppose that the algorithm makes a decision at random and returns the correct answer with probability 1+d, for some 8> 0 (which is just a bit better than a random guess). To improve the performance, we run the algorithm N times and take the majority vote. Show that, for any € E (0,1), the answer is correct with probability 1 – E, as long as N > (1/2)8-2 In(8-1). (Hint: Use Hoeffding’s inequality. This scheme is usually called “boosting randomized algorithms.”)
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