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http:/www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~lorenzo/teaching/cs174/
Course overview:
objectives, requirements, policies
Course introduction
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Lecture 8
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CS074/174 Machine Learning and
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Classification
Goal:
learn a mapping from input space
finite set C of class labels
Lecture 6
y = f (x)
Classification:
logistic regression
Logistic regression
cfw_0, 1 (binary classification)
Let y
CS074/174 Machine Learning and
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Regression: a closed-form
learning algorithm
Lecture 3
For the specific case of linear least-square regression a
closed-form solution can be obtained by solving directly
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Lecture 5
MAP regression;
locally-weighted linear regression;
model selection
Lorenzo Torresani
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Logistic regression
Lecture 7
cfw_0, 1 (binary classification)
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Probabilistic model:
Logistic regression (part 2);
a few words about Neural Networks
where
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8.1.2
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The graph is undirected not simple
UNIT 4 DISCUSSION 1
In mathematics and computer science, an algorithm is a self-contained step-by-step set of operations to be
performed. Algorithms perform calculation, data processing, and/or automated reasoning tasks. A minor
miracle occurred in 1965 w
Unit 7 Assignment 2
A Hamiltonian cycle, also called a Hamiltonian circuit, Hamilton cycle, or Hamilton circuit, is a graph cycle
(i.e., closed loop) through a graph that visits each node exactly once (Skiena 1990, p. 196). A graph
possessing a Hamiltonia
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Section 8.1, pages 385 386, exercise 3
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Unit 7 Discussion 1
Part 1
1. What is a distributed system?
A distributed system consists of a collection of autonomous computers, connected through a
network and distribution middleware, which enables computers to coordinate their activities
and to share
[u07d1] Unit 7 Discussion 1
Computer Networks, Distributed Systems, and Mobile Agents
Computer networks typically consist of nodes and edgesthey are graphs. The nodes can
typically be computers, routers, servers, and so on. The edges indicate a communicat
CS074/174 Machine Learning and
Statistical Data Analysis
Maximum Likelihood es0ma0on
of a Gaussian distribu0on
Goal:
given D = x(1) , ., x(m)
Lecture 4
drawn IID from a Gaussian
with unknown parameters
Maximum Likelihood Estimation;
ML & MAP regression