If it's very reasonable in practice then does that mean that in the vast majority of cases variance is bounded?

ant123

What if we don't have axis-aligned boxes? Do we just approximate them to be axis-aligned?

large_monkey

What is a common example of a reasonable use-case with unbounded variation? I assume most functions that behaves poorly at 0 would not have bounded variation?

If it's very reasonable in practice then does that mean that in the vast majority of cases variance is bounded?

What if we don't have axis-aligned boxes? Do we just approximate them to be axis-aligned?

What is a common example of a reasonable use-case with unbounded variation? I assume most functions that behaves poorly at 0 would not have bounded variation?