[PDF] Machine Learning A Bayesian and Optimization Perspective by Sergios Theodoridis
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Machine Learning A Bayesian and Optimization Perspective by Sergios Theodoridis
Machine Learning is a reputation that’s gaining reputation as an umbrella for strategies which have been studied and developed for a lot of many years in several scientific communities and beneath totally different names, akin to Statistical Learning, Statistical Sign Processing, Sample Recognition, Adaptive Sign Processing, Picture Processing and Evaluation, System Identification and Management, Knowledge Mining and Data Retrieval, Pc Imaginative and prescient, and Computational Learning.
The title “Machine Learning” signifies what all these disciplines have in frequent, that’s, to study from knowledge, and then make predictions. What one tries to study from knowledge is their underlying construction and regularities, by way of the event of a mannequin, which may then be used to offer predictions. To this finish, quite a lot of various approaches have been developed, starting from optimization of price capabilities, whose aim is to optimize the deviation between what one observes from knowledge and what the mannequin predicts, to probabilistic fashions that try to mannequin the statistical properties of the noticed knowledge.
The aim of this guide is to method the machine studying self-discipline in a unifying context, by presenting the most important paths and approaches which have been adopted through the years, with out giving choice to a selected one. It’s the writer’s perception that each one of them are helpful to the newcomer who desires to study the secrets and techniques of this subject, from the functions in addition to from the pedagogic viewpoint. Because the title of the guide signifies, the emphasis is on the processing and evaluation entrance of machine studying and not on matters regarding the principle of studying itself and associated efficiency bounds. In different phrases, the main target is on strategies and algorithms nearer to the applying degree.
The guide is the outgrowth of greater than three many years of the writer’s expertise on analysis and instructing numerous associated programs. The guide is written in such a approach that particular person (or pairs of) chapters are as self-contained as attainable. So, one can choose and mix chapters in line with the main target he/she desires to provide to the course he/she teaches, or to the matters he/she desires to know in a primary studying. Some tips on how one can use the guide for various programs are supplied within the introductory chapter. Every chapter grows by ranging from the fundamentals and evolving to embrace the more moderen advances. A few of the matters needed to be cut up into two chapters, akin to sparsity-aware studying, Bayesian studying, probabilistic graphical fashions, and Monte Carlo strategies.
The guide addresses the wants of superior graduate, postgraduate, and analysis college students in addition to of practising scientists and engineers whose pursuits lie past black-box options. Additionally, the guide can serve the wants of brief programs on particular matters, e.g., sparse modeling, Bayesian studying, probabilistic graphical fashions, neural networks and deep studying. A lot of the chapters embody Matlab workout routines, and the associated code is obtainable from the guide’s web site. The options handbook in addition to PowerPoint lectures are additionally out there from the guide’s web site.
A variety of colleagues have been sort sufficient to learn and evaluate chapters and components of the guide and come again with helpful feedback and criticisms. My honest because of Tulay Adali, Kostas Berberidis, Jim Bezdek, Gustavo Camps-Valls, Taylan Cemgil and his college students, Petar Djuric, Paulo Diniz, Yannis Emiris, Georgios Giannakis, Mark Girolami, Dimitris Gunopoulos, Alexandros Katsioris, Evaggelos Karkaletsis, Dimitris Katselis, Athanasios Liavas, Eleftherios Kofidis, Elias Koutsoupias, Alexandros Makris, Dimitirs Manatakis, Elias Manolakos, Francisco Palmieri, Jean-Christophe Pesquet, Bhaskar Rao, Ali Sayed, Nicolas Sidiropoulos, Paris Smaragdis, Isao Yamada, and Zhilin Zhang.
Machine Learning: A Bayesian and Optimization Perspective (Solutions) (Instructor’s Solution Manual)
Machine learning. A Bayesian and optimization perspective PDF
Author(s): Sergios Theodoridis
Publisher: Elsevier, Year: 2020