Data Mining
IKO42351
Chapter 2. Input: Concept, Instances, and Attributes
Mohamad Ivan Fanany, Dr. Eng.,
Input: Concepts, instances, attributes
Terminology
Whats a concept?
Classification, association, clustering, numeric prediction
Whats in an example?
R
ECE5460/6460: VLSI Design
Automation
Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Sanghamitra Roy
Lecture 2
1
Course Objectives
Show inside the VLSI design tools
explain functionality and algorithms of the tools (focus is on
physical design section)
explain why some prob
ECE5460/6460: VLSI Design
Automation
Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Sanghamitra Roy
Lecture 11
1
Announcements
Midterm Exam: October 13th
Sample exam posted, solve by 10/11
Study guide posted
Review on 10/11
HW3 due 10/11
2
Example of Moves
1
2
3
4
1
M1
5
ECE5460/6460: VLSI Design
Automation
Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Sanghamitra Roy
Lecture 4
1
Announcements
Homework 0
Due today via canvas
Homework 1
Posted today, due 9/15 in class
2
Why we study NPC?
One of the most important reasons is:
If you see
ECE5460/6460: VLSI Design
Automation
Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Sanghamitra Roy
Lecture 6
1
Announcements
Homework 2 posted 9/15
Due 9/27 in class
Not everything covered, please get started
with the first problems.
Homework 1 due now!
2
Exercise
In th
ECE5460/6460: VLSI Design
Automation
Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Sanghamitra Roy
Lecture 5
1
Homeworks
Homework 1 is due 9/15 in class
2
Circuit Partitioning: Formulation
Bi-partitioning formulation:
Minimize interconnections between partitions
c(X,X)
X
X
ECE5460/6460: VLSI Design
Automation
Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Sanghamitra Roy
Lecture 1
1
Instructor: Sanghamitra Roy
Background
BS, EE India
MS, CE Northwestern University
PhD CE UW-Madison
Interests
Cooking
Traveling
Playing with my little boy
ECE5460/6460: VLSI Design
Automation
Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Sanghamitra Roy
Lecture 10
1
Representation of Slicing Floorplan
Slicing Floorplan
3
1
2
Slicing Tree
V
4
5
6
7
H
2
H
1
Polish Expression
(postorder traversal
of slicing tree)
V
V
6
3
H
7 4
5
ECE5460/6460: VLSI Design
Automation
Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Sanghamitra Roy
Lecture 3
1
CMOS Fabrication
CMOS transistors are fabricated on silicon
wafer
Lithography process similar to printing
press
On each step, different materials are
deposited o
ECE5460/6460: VLSI Design
Automation
Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Sanghamitra Roy
Lecture 12
1
Announcements
Midterm Exam: October 13th
Sample exam posted, solve by 10/11
Study guide posted
Review on 10/11
HW3 due 10/11
2
Integer Linear Programming
Giv
Data Mining
IKO42351
Chapter 8. Ensemble Learning
Mohamad Ivan Fanany, Dr. Eng.,
Ensemble learning
Combining multiple models
The basic idea
Bagging
Bias-variance decomposition, bagging with costs
Randomization
Rotation forests
Boosting
AdaBoost, the power
ECE 7680
Lecture 1 Introduction to Information Theory
Objective: To learn what information theory is all about
Class stu
Syllabus
Class time
Course number if you have had this before
The digital communications model
In the transfer of digital informati
ECE 7680
Lecture 5 Entropy Rates
Objective: The concept of entropy rate allows us to talk about entropy for sequences of random variables that are not independent.
Up to this point we have made the assumption that the random variables that
we have been de
ECE 7680
Lecture BSS Application of Information theory to Blind
Source Separation
Objective: To discuss the infomax criterion and apply it to the problem of blind
source separation.
Homework ideas:
1. Given fX (x), determine a transformation g as in Y = g
Chapter 4
Smart Mobiles, Cards and Device Networks
Ubiquitous computing: smart devices,
environments and interaction
1
Introduction
Chapter 4 focuses on:
Internal system properties: distributed system & on
sub-property of mobility
External interaction w
Chapter 3
Smart Devices and Services
Ubiquitous computing: smart devices,
environments and interaction
1
Overview
Smart Device and Service Characteristics
Distributed System Viewpoints
System Abstraction
Partitioning and Distribution of System Components
ECE 7680
Lecture 3 Some more bounds
Objective: We finish Chapter 2 of C&T with more inequalities that will be useful
to us in our later work. Hang in there!
The log sum inequality
In this section we introduce an inequality which will allow us to deduce th
ECE5460/6460: VLSI Design
Automation
Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Sanghamitra Roy
Lecture 8
1
Announcement
HW2
Due on 9/27 in class
Midterm Exam
10/13 in class
2
Definitions
Balance criterion: To avoid having all cells
migrate to one block a balancing c
ECE5460/6460: VLSI Design
Automation
Fall 2016
Instructor: Dr. Sanghamitra Roy
Lecture 7
1
Announcement
HW2
Due on 9/27 in class
Midterm Exam
10/13 in class
Includes everything covered till Oct 6th
Midterm Review Oct 11
2
3
K-L Example (contd)
gad
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