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UCSD - CSE - 150
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Department of Computer Science and Engineering University of California, San DiegoCSE 150 Winter 2004Midterm ExaminationTuesday February 17, 2pm to 3:20pm Your name:Instructions: Look through the whole exam and answer the questions that you nd
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Math 280C, Spring 2005 Exchangeability Let X = (X1 , X2 , . . .) be an exchangeable sequence of random variables. As discussed in class, there is no loss of generality (and some gain of convenience) in assuming that the sample space is the sequence
UCSD - MATH - 280
Math 280C, Spring 2005 Foster-Liapunov Criterion In what follows, X = (Xn ) is a Markov chain with countable state space S and n=0 transition probability matrix P = {p(x, y)}x,yS . We suppose that X has been constructed on the sequence space = S {0,
UCSD - MATH - 280
Math 280C, Spring 2005 Functional Form of the Monotone Class Theorem In dealing with integrals, the following form of the Monotone Class Theorem is often useful. (1) Theorem. Let K be a collection of bounded real-valued functions on that is closed u
UCSD - MATH - 280
Math 280C, Spring 2005 Strong Markov Property Notation is that introduced in class. Theorem. (Strong Markov Property of Brownian Motion). If T is an (Ft+ )-stopping time and is any initial distribution, then (1) E [F T |FT + ] = EB(T ) (F ), P -a.s.
UCSD - MATH - 280
Math 280C, Spring 2005 An Integral The following integral arises in the calculation of the Laplace transform of the density function of the rst passage time Tb . Proposition. For &gt; 0 and 0,(1)0et/t t1/2 dt = 2 . e Proof. Fix &gt; 0 and vie
UCSD - MATH - 280
Math 280C, Spring 2005 Stochastic Integral In what follows, (, F, P)is the canonical sample space of the Brownian motion (Bt )t0 with B0 = 0; other notation is that used in class. We dene the stochastic integral with respect to Brownian motion in sev
UCSD - MATH - 280
Math 280C, Spring 2005 Lvys Theorem e Let (, F, P) be a complete probability space endowed with a right-continuous* ltration (Ft )t0 such that F0 contains all the P-null sets in F and t Ft = F. Let M = (Mt )t0 be a real-valued stochastic process adap
UCSD - MATH - 280
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UCSD - MATH - 280
Math 280C, Spring 2005 Exponential Martingales In what follows, (, F, P) is the canonical sample space of the Brownian motion (Bt )t0 with B0 = 0; other notation is that used in class. Given H L2 let M denote the associated local martingale: loct
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MAE140 - Linear Circuits - Winter 09 Midterm, February 5 Instructions (i) This exam is open book. You may use whatever written materials you choose, including your class notes and textbook. You may use a hand calculator with no communication capabili
UCSD - MAE - 140
MAE140 - Linear Circuits - Winter 09 Midterm, February 5 Instructions (i) This exam is open book. You may use whatever written materials you choose, including your class notes and textbook. You may use a hand calculator with no communication capabili
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ABDOMINOPLASTY EVALUATIONPage 1UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO DIVISION OF PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY ABDOMINOPLASTY EVLUATION Please complete all 17 questions (20 for female patients) on this page and bring the completed form with yo
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Course Outline ECE285 Topics in Robotics and Control Systems Statistical Learning I Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Your responsibilities in this class fall into three main categ
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Homework Set One ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due October 7, 2004 Fall 2004The purpose of this assignment is to give you experience with Bayesian decision theory. The
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Homework Set One ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due October 7, 2004 Fall 2004The purpose of this assignment is to give you experience with Bayesian decision theory. The
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Homework Set Two ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due October 14, 2003 Fall 20041. Problem 2.6.26 in Duda, Hart, and Stork (DHS). 2. In this problem we will consider the
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Homework Set Two ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due October 14, 2003 Fall 20041. Problem 2.6.26 in Duda, Hart, and Stork (DHS). 2. In this problem we will consider the
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Homework Set Three ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due October 21, 2004 Fall 20041. In this problem we will consider the issue of linear regression and the connections b
UCSD - ECE - 285
Homework Set Three ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due October 21, 2004 Fall 20041. In this problem we will consider the issue of linear regression and the connections b
UCSD - ECE - 285
Homework Set Four ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due October 28, 2004 Fall 20041. Bayesian regression: in last weeks problem set we showed that various forms of linear
UCSD - ECE - 285
Homework Set Four ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due October 28, 2004 Fall 20041. Bayesian regression: in last weeks problem set we showed that various forms of linear
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Homework Set Five ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due November 16, 2004 1. Problem 3.8.38 in DHS 2. Problem 4.5.8 in DHS 3. BDR and nearest neighbors Consider a classicati
UCSD - ECE - 285
Homework Set Five ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due November 16, 2004 1. Problem 3.8.38 in DHS 2. Problem 4.5.8 in DHS 3. BDR and nearest neighbors Consider a classicati
UCSD - ECE - 285
Homework Set Six ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due November 30, 2004 1. Multinomial EM In this problem we consider an example where there is a closed-form solution to ML
UCSD - ECE - 285
Homework Set Six ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos Due November 30, 2004 1. Multinomial EM In this problem we consider an example where there is a closed-form solution to ML
UCSD - ECE - 285
Presentation Day (aka Cheetah Day) ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos December 2, 2004 The last day of class will be devoted to the analysis of all the computer problems we w
UCSD - ECE - 285
Presentation Day (aka Cheetah Day) ECE 285 Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering University of California, San Diego Nuno Vasconcelos December 2, 2004 The last day of class will be devoted to the analysis of all the computer problems we w
UCSD - ECE - 285
ECE-285 Statistical Learning I: Dimensionality and dimensionality reductionNuno Vasconcelos ECE Department, UCSDMotivationrecall, in Bayesian decision theory we world, states Y in {1, ., M} observations X class conditional densities PX|Y(x|y)
UCSD - ECE - 285
Kernel-based density estimationNuno Vasconcelos ECE Department, UCSDAnnouncementlast class, December 2, we will have Cheetah Day what: 5 teams, average of 3 people each team will write a report on the 5 cheetah problems each team will give a p