Domain Adaptation HDivergence
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$$d_{\mathcal{H}}(\mathcal{D},\mathcal{D}^{'})=2\sup_{h \in \mathcal{H}}\Pr_{\mathcal{D}}[I(h)]\Pr_{\mathcal{D}^{'}}[I(h)]$$Latex Code
d_{\mathcal{H}}(\mathcal{D},\mathcal{D}^{'})=2\sup_{h \in \mathcal{H}}\Pr_{\mathcal{D}}[I(h)]\Pr_{\mathcal{D}^{'}}[I(h)]
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d_{\mathcal{H}}(\mathcal{D},\mathcal{D}^{'})=2\sup_{h \in \mathcal{H}}\Pr_{\mathcal{D}}[I(h)]\Pr_{\mathcal{D}^{'}}[I(h)]
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The HDivergence is defined as the superior of divengence between two probability Pr(D) and Pr(D^{'}) for any hypothesis h in all hypotheses class H. In this formulation, given domain X with two data distribution D and D^{'} over X, I(h) denotes the characteristic function(indicator function) on X, which means that for subset of x in I(h), h(x) = 1. You can check more detailed information of domain adaptation and Hdivergence in this paper by Shai BenDavid, A theory of learning from different domains for more details.
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