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Note that PWIN(i) is independent of subdomain j and can be used in generalization if it were true across all subdomains, even those subdomains that were not tested in learning. The following are three possible outcomes when comparing PWIN(i) of Hi to H0. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, GENERALIZATION 1. Hi is the only hypothesis that is better than H0 in all subdomains. Hi can then be chosen as the hypothesis for generalization. 2. Multiple hypotheses are better than H0 in all subdomains. Here, we should select one hypothesis that maximizes the likelihood of being better than H0 over the entire domain.

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