...ant to flood you with a page of search results all mirroring the same content. They thus wanted a quick-and-dirty way to compare two web pages for similarity. Altavista’s solution, invented by Broder =-=[1]-=-, worked as follows. Treat each web page A as a “bag of words”, that is, a set of elements in some dictionary D (those elements are simply the words that appear in the document). Given two documents (...

...tisfying Eq. (5). Show that for some t = O(log(1/δ)), P(|(median 1≤i≤t Zi)− J(A,B)| > ε) < δ. 2 If you want to read more about how to relax the assumption that pi is a totally random permutation, see =-=[2, 3, 4]-=- for definitions and constructions of “min-wise hash families”. Problem 4: (1 point) How much time did you spend on this problem set? If you can remember the breakdown, please report this per problem....

...tisfying Eq. (5). Show that for some t = O(log(1/δ)), P(|(median 1≤i≤t Zi)− J(A,B)| > ε) < δ. 2 If you want to read more about how to relax the assumption that pi is a totally random permutation, see =-=[2, 3, 4]-=- for definitions and constructions of “min-wise hash families”. Problem 4: (1 point) How much time did you spend on this problem set? If you can remember the breakdown, please report this per problem....

...tisfying Eq. (5). Show that for some t = O(log(1/δ)), P(|(median 1≤i≤t Zi)− J(A,B)| > ε) < δ. 2 If you want to read more about how to relax the assumption that pi is a totally random permutation, see =-=[2, 3, 4]-=- for definitions and constructions of “min-wise hash families”. Problem 4: (1 point) How much time did you spend on this problem set? If you can remember the breakdown, please report this per problem....