Entropy, dimension and the Elton-Pajor Theorem
- Author(s): Mendelson, S;
- Vershynin, R
- et al.
The Vapnik-Chervonenkis dimension of a set K in R^n is the maximal dimension of the coordinate cube of a given size, which can be found in coordinate projections of K. We show that the VC dimension of a convex body governs its entropy. This has a number of consequences, including the optimal Elton's theorem and a uniform central limit theorem in the real valued case.