# Isaac

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 Oct15 awarded Nice Question Sep26 awarded Constituent Sep18 awarded Caucus Jun25 awarded Excavator Jun25 revised Calculating the error of Bayes classifier analytically reuploaded images on stack.imgur.com Jun25 suggested suggested edit on Calculating the error of Bayes classifier analytically Jun24 awarded Popular Question May2 awarded Good Question Apr6 awarded Yearling Apr6 revised Calculating $Var\left\{(\hat{m}-m)^2\right\}$ for a univariate normal distribution added 61 characters in body Jun23 awarded Autobiographer Mar10 comment Probability of MSB=1 for a n-bit discrete random variable while we have a noisy estimate for it @DilipSarwate: as I understood $d_{min}$ is the minimum distance between two $X$'s in the coding space. Therefore, multiplying $i$ to $d_{min}$ lies at ranges where the MSB is flipping from $0$ to $1$ or vice versa. I guess what the authors are doing is quantizing the continuous $X$ space into discrete space: they consider values from $0$ to $1/2$ as bit 0 and values from $1/2$ to $1$ as bit 1. Mar10 comment Probability of MSB=1 for a n-bit discrete random variable while we have a noisy estimate for it @cardinal: $X$ is derived from frames of video (to be more accurate, each $X$ is an index of quantized DCT coefficient of the corresponding block in the corresponding frame), so $X$ is random variable which has the distribution of the video we are coding. We cannot model most videos with any particular distribution though (I hoped we could!). Mar9 revised Probability of MSB=1 for a n-bit discrete random variable while we have a noisy estimate for it fixed a typo in formulas Mar8 revised Probability of MSB=1 for a n-bit discrete random variable while we have a noisy estimate for it edited body Mar8 comment Probability of MSB=1 for a n-bit discrete random variable while we have a noisy estimate for it @DilipSarwate: Sorry about the restricted paper. I am not sure but is it okay if I upload it somewhere and give a link to it? Mar8 accepted Calculating the error of Bayes classifier analytically Mar8 accepted Application of machine learning methods in StackExchange websites Mar8 comment Probability of MSB=1 for a n-bit discrete random variable while we have a noisy estimate for it @cardinal: I've added some details to the question to make the problem more clear. Mar8 revised Probability of MSB=1 for a n-bit discrete random variable while we have a noisy estimate for it Add some details in "More details" section