6.1.Sample paper for mid-session exam

6.1.Sample paper for mid-session exam - Name Student number...

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Unformatted text preview: Name: Student number: 11s1: COMP9417 Machine Learning and Data Mining SAMPLE: Mid-session Examination April 5, 2011 Your Name and Student number must appear at the head of this page. Duration of the exam: 1 hour. This examination has five questions. Answer all questions. Total marks available in the exam: 50. Multiple-choice questions require only one answer. Show all working in your script book. Paper is NOT to be retained by the candidate. 1 Please see over This page intentionally left blank. 2 Please see over Question 1 [Total marks: 5] Well-posed Machine Learning problems (a) [1 mark] What is required to define a well-posed learning problem ? (b) [3 marks] Here are two potential real-world application tasks for machine learning: 1. a winery wishes to uncover relationships between records of the quantitative analyses of its wines from the lab and some key subjective descriptions applied to its wine (e.g. dry, fruity, light, etc.) 2. you want to predict students marks in the final exam of COMP9417 given their marks from the other assessable components in the course you may assume that the corresponding data from previous years is available Pick one of the tasks and state how you would define it as a well-posed machine learning problem...
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6.1.Sample paper for mid-session exam - Name Student number...

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