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Note that t is a random variable that varies depending on the examples drawn from D. Let mt and pt denote the value m and m/n when the algorithm halts at the tth step. Since the while-condition breaks at the tth step, it holds that A ≤ mt . On the other hand, mt < A + 1 holds because the while-condition holds before the tth step. Hence we have A/t ≤ pt < (A + 1)/t. Here in order to simplify our discussion, we assume that pt ≈ A/t. In fact, we will see below that t is larger than 1/(ε2 pB ) with high probability; thus, the diﬀerence (A + 1)/t − A/t (= 1/t) is negligible compared with the error bound εpB .
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Our estimation problem is completely speciﬁed by ﬁxing an “approximation goal” that deﬁnes the notion of “good approximation”. We consider the following one for our ﬁrst approximation goal. t. ) Approximation Goal 1 (Absolute Error Bound) For given δ > 0 and , 0 < < 1, the goal is to have Pr[ |pB − pB | ≤ ] > 1 − δ. (1) As mentioned above, the simplest sampling algorithm for estimating pB is to pick up instances of D randomly and estimate the probability pB on these selected instances. Figure 1 gives the precise description of this simplest sampling algorithm, which we call Batch Sampling algorithm.