I don't understand what an indicator function is. The definition says
I(A) = 1 if x belongs to A, where A subset of S and
I(A) = 0 if x does not belong to A.
I don't understand what an indicator function is. The definition says
I(A) = 1 if x belongs to A, where A subset of S and
I(A) = 0 if x does not belong to A.
I don't understand what an indicator function is. The definition says
I(A) = 1 if x belongs to A, where A subset of S and
I(A) = 0 if x does not belong to A.
But I am not clear. Can you give me an example?
Let and .
Then I(A) = 1 if A is an integer number. For all other values I(A) = 0.
I've attached the graph of this specific indicator function.