Machine Learning Summary Notes
Desmond C. Ong, Emily Yeh
Autumn 2012
This set of notes are compiled from my and the instructors lecture notes taken during Stanfords CS 229
Machine Learning course, as well as the free online offering at Coursera, both taug
Lecture 3: Linear
Regression
DSEG 560: MACHINE LEARNING
DSEG 560: MACHINE LEARNING
SPRING 2017
INSTRUCTOR: DR. MARWA QARAQE
1
Learning Algorithm for Linear Regression
Learning algorithm takes in the training data
and learns from it s.t. it can output a
h
Lecture 3: Linear
Regression
DSEG 560: MACHINE LEARNING
DSEG 560: MACHINE LEARNING
SPRING 2017
INSTRUCTOR: DR. MARWA QARAQE
1
Learning Algorithm for Linear Regression
Learning algorithm takes in the training data
and learns from it s.t. it can output a
h
DSEG 560: Machine Learning Spring 2017
Homework Assignment 3
Due: Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017
Instructions: Please complete the below problems individually. Please submit your code along with the answers
and figures.
Problem 1: Basis Function Expansion / Feat
Lecture 5: Linear Models
MODELING NON-LINEAR RELATIONSHIPS USING LINEAR METHODS
DSEG 560: MACHINE LEARNING
SPRING 2017
INSTRUCTOR: DR. MARWA QARAQE
1
Overview
1. Review of linear and logistic regression
2. Linear Models via Basis Function Expansion
3. Reg
Lecture 2: Linear Algebra
and Probability Theory
Review
DSEG 560: MACHINE LEARNING
DSEG 560: MACHINE LEARNING
SPRING 2017
INSTRUCTOR: DR. MARWA QARAQE
1
Linear Algebra
Linear algebra provides a way of compactly representing and operating on sets of linea
Lecture 6: GLMs
GENERALIZED LINEAR MODELS
DSEG 560: MACHINE LEARNING
SPRING 2017
INSTRUCTOR: DR. MARWA QARAQE
Outline
Generalized linear models
Examples
Exam 1 brief review
Review
Linear Regression
Logistic Regression
Exponential Family
Exponential family
Lecture 4: Logistic
Regression
DSEG 560: MACHINE LEARNING
DSEG 560: MACHINE LEARNING
SPRING 2017
INSTRUCTOR: DR. MARWA QARAQE
1
Classification Problem
Similar to linear regression, but now we address classification problems
The values of y take on only a
Essential College Physics
Measurements in Physics
Quantitative
1) The following conversion equivalents are given:
1 gal = 231 in3 1 ft = 12 in
1 min = 60 s
A pipe delivers water at the rate of 95 gal/min. The rate, in ft3/s, is closest to:
A) 0.21
B) 0.19
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department
Fall 2016
Materials Science #L51 GENG 231
Assignment # 01
Due Date: Sunday, 16 Oct. 2016
1. With regard to electron configuration, what do all the elements in Group IIA of the periodic
table have in common?
University of Qatar
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Department
Materials Science [GENG 231]
Mechanical Properties II
Hardness Test
Introduction
Fall 2016
4 Points
Another mechanical property that may be important to consider is hardness, which is a
me
Solutions to the H. R. Anna Case
1. Stamping
Setup time = 120 minutes
Run time for part A = 1 minute
Run time for part B = 0.5 minutes
Batch size for A = 360 units
Batch size for B = 720 units
M. J. Liberatore
Total time for a batch of A = 120 minutes + 3
Qatar University
Dr. Onur Avci, Ph.D., P.E.
Chapter 9:
Stress Transformation
2
3
4
Plane-Stress Transformation
General state of stress at a point is characterized by 6
independent normal and shear stress components.
It can be analyzed in a single plane
CVEN 360: HIGHWAY ENGINEERING
HOMEWORK # 1
Due Mar 6, 2015
1. An engineer student is driving is driving on a level roadway and sees a construction sign 400
ft ahead in the middle of the roadway. The student strikes the sign at a speed of 35 mi/h. if the
s
Qatar University
Dr. Onur Avci, Ph.D., P.E.
Chapter 11:
Design of Beams and Shafts
2
Basis for Beam Design
A beam that resist both shear and bending stresses
is said to be designed on the basis of strength.
Beams must also be braced along their sides so
Qatar University
Dr. Onur Avci, Ph.D., P.E.
Chapter 2: Strain
Deformation
When a force is applied to a body, it will change the
bodys shape and size.
These changes are deformation .
Note the before and after positions of 3 line
segments where the materi
QatarUniversity
Dr. OnurAvci,Ph.D.,P.E.
Chapter1:Stress
CVEN214
1
CHAPTER 1 STRESS
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Equilibrium of a Deformable
Body
1.3 Stress
1.4 Average Normal Stress in an
Axially Loaded Bar
1.5 Average Shear Stress
1.6 Allowable Stress
CVEN214
2
3. Differentiate between
i.
Drilling & Reaming
Drilling is a process of producing round holes in a solid material or enlarging existing holes
with the use of multi-tooth cutting tool, the most common cutting tool in this field is the twist
drill.
Reaming:
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL & ARCHIT ENGINEERING
ANALYSIS OF NDETERMINATE STRUCTURES
CVEN 321
Consistent Deformation Method
Assignment # 2
Due: October 31, 2016
-Q#1:
Determine the reactions at the supports, and then draw the moment diagram. Assume the support
at
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL & ARCHIT ENGINEERING
ANALYSIS OF NDETERMINATE STRUCTURES
CVEN 321
Review: DEFLECTION
Assignment # 1
Due: October 05, 2016
-I.
Draw Shear Force Diagram (S.F.D) and Bending Moment Diagram (B.M.D) for
the following Structures:
a.)
b.)
c.)
Course Learning Outcomes
(CLO):
Upon the successful completion of this course, the students are expected to
be able to:
1. Manipulate the basic components of the C+ language: Constants,
Variables, Built-in data types, Arrays, Control Structure, Looping an
Course Learning Outcomes
(CLO):
Upon the successful completion of this course, the students are expected to
be able to:
1. Manipulate the basic components of the C+ language: Constants,
Variables, Built-in data types, Arrays, Control Structure, Looping an
Course Learning Outcomes
(CLO):
Upon the successful completion of this course, the students are expected to
be able to:
1. Manipulate the basic components of the C+ language: Constants,
Variables, Built-in data types, Arrays, Control Structure, Looping an
GENG 106
Importance of programming for engineers
Why Programming Is Important?
Reading, Writing, and Programming
A student, from HBS, invented The Mink
desktop printer which prints makeup
Course Ground Rules
Attendance Policy: University attendance polici
Course Learning Outcomes
(CLO):
Upon the successful completion of this course, the students are expected to
be able to:
1. Manipulate the basic components of the C+ language: Constants,
Variables, Built-in data types, Arrays, Control Structure, Looping an
Course Learning Outcomes
(CLO):
Upon the successful completion of this course, the students are expected to
be able to:
1. Manipulate the basic components of the C+ language: Constants,
Variables, Built-in data types, Arrays, Control Structure, Looping an
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Course Learning Outcomes
(CLO):
Upon the successful completion of this course, the students are expected to
be able to:
1. Manipulate the basic components of the C+