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The authors of "Elements of Statistical learning" (ESL), Trevor Hastie and Rob Tibshirani have published a new book "An Introduction to Statistical Learning" that is now available online for free. "The highly technical nature of ESL meant that the user community remained primarily restricted to experts in statistics, computer science, and related fields with the training (and time) to understand and implement them." ..."The purpose of An Introduction to Statistical Learning (ISL) is to facilitate the transition of statistical learning from an academic to a mainstream field." ...This new book is aimed to those who want "to be able to understand the models, intuitions, and strengths and weaknesses of the various approaches" without delving "into many of the technical details behind statistical learning methods, such as optimization algorithms and theoretical properties." Learning From Data-Kaggle Group - Comunitate - Google+ Learning From Data-Kaggle Group - Comunitate - Google+
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Artificial Intelligence - foundations of computational agents There is the source code I used throughout the course. There are the following files: - pixel correspondence from scan - k-means algorithm as well as guassian and multivariate guassian - task network - Laplacian smoother that also does Markov chains (e.g., 'ABBBAAABA', what's P(A followed by A) - value iteration algorithm for MDP / grid world; you can customize the actions allowed (e.g., N/S/E/W or NE/NW/SE/SW) and combine stochastic and deterministic actions; the state space is only two dimensions so it will not handle a - convolve and image with a - linear regression (find the w0 and w1) I used these programs for the homeworks / exams, so they work for the examples in class. Source code used for AI class Source code used for AI class
Weka (machine learning) The Weka logo. The weka is a bird endemic to New Zealand. free availability under the GNU General Public Licenseportability, since it is fully implemented in the Java programming language and thus runs on almost any modern computing platforma comprehensive collection of data preprocessing and modeling techniquesease of use due to its graphical user interfaces Weka supports several standard data mining tasks, more specifically, data preprocessing, clustering, classification, regression, visualization, and feature selection. Weka (machine learning)
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QLearning - opennero - Q-Learning demo - game platform for Artificial Intelligence research and education Introduction Q-Learning (section 21.2.3 of AIMA) is a type of temporal difference Reinforcement Learning that uses a value function to pick the best action. In this demo, a Q-Learning agent leans to navigate the maze from experience: It learns how likely each possible move (north, south, west, east) at each location of the maze is to lead to the goal. The video below shows how it works; you can also run OpenNERO yourself to test it interactively. Running the Demo To run the demo, QLearning - opennero - Q-Learning demo - game platform for Artificial Intelligence research and education
Francesca Rossi, Peter van Beek, Toby Walsh - 2006 - Computers - Limited preview Constraint programming is a powerful paradigm for solving combinatorial search problems that draws on a wide range of techniques from artificial intelligence, computer science, databases, programming languages, and operations research. Constraint ... 1 Review - Write review My library My library
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Toy problem Toy problem In scientific disciplines, a toy problem is a problem that is not of immediate scientific interest, yet is used as an expository device to illustrate a trait that may be shared by other, more complicated, instances of the problem, or as a way to explain a particular, more general, problem solving technique. For instance, while engineering a large system, the large problem is often broken down into many smaller toy problems which have been understood in good detail. Often these problems distill a few important aspects of complicated problems so that they can be studied in isolation. Toy problems are thus often very useful in providing intuition about specific phenomena in more complicated problems.
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Bayes' Theorem Bayes' Theorem Consider Goldie Lockes' predicament. She already has a probability distribution describing her (and Cactus's) beliefs about market demand for ACME's next-generation roadrunner traps. Bayes' Theorem