Numerical Linear Algebra
for Data Analysis
Image understanding pipeline
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UCLA
Winter 2017
MATH 191
1
Image classification
Standard classification problem
Learn a classifier: : cfw_1 , ,
Logistic regression, Support vector machine (SVM), Neur
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CLSlA Map Quiz: Potential Places
N ext class I Will hold a short map quiz. You are responsible for knowing the following
locations. I will not quiz EVERYTHING on this list, but ANYTHING from this list could
show up. I have provided you with a labeled map
The Great Gatsby Study Guide
Chapter 1
1. The story is told in the point of view of Nick Carraway in first person in the
past tense.
2. Do not judge a man if you do not know the situation they are in. Nick will be
cautious not to judge someone by their lo
Dormroom of Mysteries
Think about the furniture, food, and possessions in your room. What do they reveal about
who lives there? What do they reveal about the activities that go on in the space? If
someone were to enter your room when you were out, what co
If there is something to desire,
My guess would be purpose
Because if your heart isnt on fire
Wouldnt some goals be worthless?
Most people live their life
Merely surviving day to day,
But if theres no reason to succeed,
Wouldnt their outcomes look gray?
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The Note Taker: (turning to him with swag) Ey, how yo people doin up in
Compton?
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Compton?
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The following text represents a complete, literal translation of
those two passages by Plato, in which Atlantis is described. These
are the only sources for the legend. Plato presents the story in the
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Stat 100 -Intro Probability
Homework 10
J. Sanchez
UCLA Department of Statistics
PROVIDE THE INFORMATION REQUESTED IN THIS BOX:
LAST NAME: FIRST NAME: ID:
TODAYs DATE:
TAs NAME: , TIME OF YOUR TA SESSION:
Instructions
(1) YOU MUST WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN
Numerical Linear Algebra
for Data Analysis
Collaborative filtering
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Winter 2017
MATH 191
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Movie recommendation
Winter 2017
MATH 191
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Movie recommendation
Winter 2017
MATH 191
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Collaborative filtering
17,700 movies
Matrix : Incomplete
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Numerical Linear Algebra
for Data Analysis
Topics in Python
WINTER 2017
UCLA
Winter 2017
MATH 191
1
Basic Data Structures
Winter 2017
MATH 191
2
Example: Text processing
Get some descriptive statistics from a paragraph
I wish you'd stop talking.
I wish yo
Numerical Linear Algebra
for Data Analysis
Techniques for introducing zeros
for computing LU, QR, SVD/EVD
WINTER 2017
UCLA
Winter 2017
MATH 191
1
Reducing a matrix to simpler form
Linear algebra
problem
Matrix
factorization
Algorithm
=
LU
(Lecture 20, 2
MATH 116, Winter 2017, Practice midterm 2
1. (a) Let p and q be distinct primes and let e and d be positive integers
satisfying
de 1 (mod (p 1)(q 1).
Suppose further that c is an integer with gcd(c, pq) > 1. Prove that
x cd
(mod pq) is a solution to xe c
Numerical Linear Algebra
for Data Analysis
Vectors, matrices, norms
WINTER 2017
UCLA
Winter 2017
MATH 191
1
Representation and transformation
We are mainly interested in the representation and transformation of
data using linear algebra as a tool.
Simple
Numerical Linear Algebra
for Data Analysis
Visualization
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Winter 2017
MATH 191
1
Motivation
Organize and browse high-dimensional data and graphs
Help people see if any pattern (e.g. clustering) exists
Help people see if the extracted featu
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II. The aristocratic party had already recognized for some time that
Pericles was now the most impormntman in Athens and that he
wielded u more power than any other citizen. But they were anxious
that there should be someone in the city capable of stan
Classics Lecture 16: Who Owns the Past?
Ethical viewpoints focus
Whose Past?
1. Archaeology as identity nationalism, b/c a country is just a construct of its inhabitants,
may only be a part of the country, Macedonia left Greece right
2. Sectarian sentimen
Lec 7:
3 sec:
map,
slide IDs pics 2-3 sentences describing
short answer prompts- ex. Sir arthur evans xplain in 4-5 sent, minoan, mycenean, pollen
analysis.
Only know theories at the end of each lecture.
Fortifications: Cyclopean Masonry
- Stones were so
Classics 51A
Spring Quarter 2010
Art & Archaeology of Ancient Greece
First Writing Assignment
Due Date: Thursday, April 22 in class (lecture)
(Please make sure to hand your paper to your TA and please make
sure to upload your paper to TurnItIn before 9:30
CLASSICS 51(A)
John Papadopoulos ([email protected])
Fowler A422 (206-4997)
Office hours:
Thursdays 3-5:00pm
& by appointment
Art & Archaeology of Ancient Greece
TR 11:00am-12:15pm: Moore 100
Sections: 1A: F 8:00-9:15am; IB: 9:3010:45am; 1C: F 11:00-12: