5.5.3 Consider a three-hypothesis problem with n = 2 in which µ0,1 = 2, µ0,2 = −1, µ1,1 = 1,
µ1,2 = 3, and µ2,1 =−2, and µ2,2 =−1. Under each hypothesis, Z1 and Z2 are independent
Gaussian random variables with variance 1. Assume equal priors.
(a) Determine d0,1, d0,2, d1,2, and dmin.
(b) Determine the union bound.
(c) Determine the weak union bound