Computer Science 567:

Machine Learning (4.0 units)

Statistical methods for building intelligent and adaptive systems that improve performance from experiences; Focus on theoretical understanding of these methods and their computational implications. Recommended preparation: Undergraduate level training or coursework in linear algebra, multivariate calculus, basic probability and statistics; an undergraduate level course in Artificial Intelligence may be helpful but is not required.
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