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Applied Supervised Learning with R

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Learn the ropes of supervised machine learning with R by studying popular real-world use-cases, and understand how it drives object detection in driver less cars, customer churn, and loan default prediction. Key Features Study supervised learning algorithms by using real-world datasets Fine tune optimal parameters with hyperparameter optimization Select the best algorithm using the model evaluation framework Book Description R provides excellent visualization features that are essential for exploring data before using it in automated learning. Applied Supervised Learning with R helps you cover the complete process of employing R to develop applications using supervised machine learning algorithms for your business needs. The book starts by helping you develop your analytical thinking to create a problem statement using business inputs and domain research. You will then learn different evaluation metrics that compare various algorithms, and later progress to using these metrics to select the best algorithm for your problem. After finalizing the algorithm you want to use, you will study the hyperparameter optimization technique to fine-tune your set of optimal parameters. To prevent you from overfitting your model, a dedicated section will even demonstrate how you can add various regularization terms. By the end of this book, you will have the advanced skills you need for modeling a supervised machine learning algorithm that precisely fulfills your business needs. What you will learn Develop analytical thinking to precisely identify a business problem Wrangle data with dplyr, tidyr, and reshape2 Visualize data with ggplot2 Validate your supervised machine learning model using k-fold Optimize hyperparameters with grid and random search, and Bayesian optimization Deploy your model on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Lambda with plumber Improve your model’s performance with feature selection and dimensionality reduction Who this book is for This book is specially designed for novice and intermediate-level data analysts, data scientists, and data engineers who want to explore different methods of supervised machine learning and its various use cases. Some background in statistics, probability, calculus, linear algebra, and programming will help you thoroughly understand and follow the content of this book.

Hands On Unsupervised Learning Using Python

Author : Ankur A. Patel
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Many industry experts consider unsupervised learning the next frontier in artificial intelligence, one that may hold the key to general artificial intelligence. Since the majority of the world's data is unlabeled, conventional supervised learning cannot be applied. Unsupervised learning, on the other hand, can be applied to unlabeled datasets to discover meaningful patterns buried deep in the data, patterns that may be near impossible for humans to uncover. Author Ankur Patel shows you how to apply unsupervised learning using two simple, production-ready Python frameworks: Scikit-learn and TensorFlow using Keras. With code and hands-on examples, data scientists will identify difficult-to-find patterns in data and gain deeper business insight, detect anomalies, perform automatic feature engineering and selection, and generate synthetic datasets. All you need is programming and some machine learning experience to get started. Compare the strengths and weaknesses of the different machine learning approaches: supervised, unsupervised, and reinforcement learning Set up and manage machine learning projects end-to-end Build an anomaly detection system to catch credit card fraud Clusters users into distinct and homogeneous groups Perform semisupervised learning Develop movie recommender systems using restricted Boltzmann machines Generate synthetic images using generative adversarial networks

Scala Applied Machine Learning

Author : Pascal Bugnion
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Leverage the power of Scala and master the art of building, improving, and validating scalable machine learning and AI applications using Scala's most advanced and finest features About This Book Build functional, type-safe routines to interact with relational and NoSQL databases with the help of the tutorials and examples provided Leverage your expertise in Scala programming to create and customize your own scalable machine learning algorithms Experiment with different techniques; evaluate their benefits and limitations using real-world financial applications Get to know the best practices to incorporate new Big Data machine learning in your data-driven enterprise and gain future scalability and maintainability Who This Book Is For This Learning Path is for engineers and scientists who are familiar with Scala and want to learn how to create, validate, and apply machine learning algorithms. It will also benefit software developers with a background in Scala programming who want to apply machine learning. What You Will Learn Create Scala web applications that couple with JavaScript libraries such as D3 to create compelling interactive visualizations Deploy scalable parallel applications using Apache Spark, loading data from HDFS or Hive Solve big data problems with Scala parallel collections, Akka actors, and Apache Spark clusters Apply key learning strategies to perform technical analysis of financial markets Understand the principles of supervised and unsupervised learning in machine learning Work with unstructured data and serialize it using Kryo, Protobuf, Avro, and AvroParquet Construct reliable and robust data pipelines and manage data in a data-driven enterprise Implement scalable model monitoring and alerts with Scala In Detail This Learning Path aims to put the entire world of machine learning with Scala in front of you. Scala for Data Science, the first module in this course, is a tutorial guide that provides tutorials on some of the most common Scala libraries for data science, allowing you to quickly get up to speed building data science and data engineering solutions. The second course, Scala for Machine Learning guides you through the process of building AI applications with diagrams, formal mathematical notation, source code snippets, and useful tips. A review of the Akka framework and Apache Spark clusters concludes the tutorial. The next module, Mastering Scala Machine Learning, is the final step in this course. It will take your knowledge to next level and help you use the knowledge to build advanced applications such as social media mining, intelligent news portals, and more. After a quick refresher on functional programming concepts using REPL, you will see some practical examples of setting up the development environment and tinkering with data. We will then explore working with Spark and MLlib using k-means and decision trees. By the end of this course, you will be a master at Scala machine learning and have enough expertise to be able to build complex machine learning projects using Scala. This Learning Path combines some of the best that Packt has to offer in one complete, curated package. It includes content from the following Packt products: Scala for Data Science, Pascal Bugnion Scala for Machine Learning, Patrick Nicolas Mastering Scala Machine Learning, Alex Kozlov Style and approach A tutorial with complete examples, this course will give you the tools to start building useful data engineering and data science solutions straightaway. This course provides practical examples from the field on how to correctly tackle data analysis problems, particularly for modern Big Data datasets.

Applied Supervised Learning with Python

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Explore the exciting world of machine learning with the fastest growing technology in the world Key Features Understand various machine learning concepts with real-world examples Implement a supervised machine learning pipeline from data ingestion to validation Gain insights into how you can use machine learning in everyday life Book Description Machine learning—the ability of a machine to give right answers based on input data—has revolutionized the way we do business. Applied Supervised Learning with Python provides a rich understanding of how you can apply machine learning techniques in your data science projects using Python. You'll explore Jupyter Notebooks, the technology used commonly in academic and commercial circles with in-line code running support. With the help of fun examples, you'll gain experience working on the Python machine learning toolkit—from performing basic data cleaning and processing to working with a range of regression and classification algorithms. Once you’ve grasped the basics, you'll learn how to build and train your own models using advanced techniques such as decision trees, ensemble modeling, validation, and error metrics. You'll also learn data visualization techniques using powerful Python libraries such as Matplotlib and Seaborn. This book also covers ensemble modeling and random forest classifiers along with other methods for combining results from multiple models, and concludes by delving into cross-validation to test your algorithm and check how well the model works on unseen data. By the end of this book, you'll be equipped to not only work with machine learning algorithms, but also be able to create some of your own! What you will learn Understand the concept of supervised learning and its applications Implement common supervised learning algorithms using machine learning Python libraries Validate models using the k-fold technique Build your models with decision trees to get results effortlessly Use ensemble modeling techniques to improve the performance of your model Apply a variety of metrics to compare machine learning models Who this book is for Applied Supervised Learning with Python is for you if you want to gain a solid understanding of machine learning using Python. It'll help if you to have some experience in any functional or object-oriented language and a basic understanding of Python libraries and expressions, such as arrays and dictionaries.

Applied Machine Learning

Author : M.Gopal
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This text covers all the fundamentals and presents basic theoretical concepts and a wide range of techniques (algorithms) applicable to challenges in our day-to-day lives. The book recognizes that most of the ideas behind machine learning are simple and straightforward. It provides a platform for hands-on experience through self-study machine learning projects. Datasets for some benchmark applications have been explained to encourage the use of algorithms covered in this book. This is a comprehensive text book on machine learning for undergraduates in computer science and all engineering degree programs. Post graduates and research scholars will find it a useful initial exposure to the subject, before they go for highly theoretical depth in the specific areas of their research. For engineers, scientists, business managers and other practitioners, the book will help build the foundations of machine learning.

Machine Learning for Factor Investing R Version

Author : Guillaume Coqueret
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Machine learning (ML) is progressively reshaping the fields of quantitative finance and algorithmic trading. ML tools are increasingly adopted by hedge funds and asset managers, notably for alpha signal generation and stocks selection. The technicality of the subject can make it hard for non-specialists to join the bandwagon, as the jargon and coding requirements may seem out of reach. Machine Learning for Factor Investing: R Version bridges this gap. It provides a comprehensive tour of modern ML-based investment strategies that rely on firm characteristics. The book covers a wide array of subjects which range from economic rationales to rigorous portfolio back-testing and encompass both data processing and model interpretability. Common supervised learning algorithms such as tree models and neural networks are explained in the context of style investing and the reader can also dig into more complex techniques like autoencoder asset returns, Bayesian additive trees, and causal models. All topics are illustrated with self-contained R code samples and snippets that are applied to a large public dataset that contains over 90 predictors. The material, along with the content of the book, is available online so that readers can reproduce and enhance the examples at their convenience. If you have even a basic knowledge of quantitative finance, this combination of theoretical concepts and practical illustrations will help you learn quickly and deepen your financial and technical expertise.

Apprenticeship Learning and Reinforcement Learning with Application to Robotic Control

Author : Pieter Abbeel
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Apprenticeship learning and reinforcement learning with application to robotic control.

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Dissertation Abstracts International

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Advanced Information Processing in Automatic Control AIPAC 89

Author : R. Husson
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Information Processing is a key area of research and development and the symposium presented state-of-the-art reports on some of the areas which are of relevance in automatic control: fault diagnosis and system reliability. Papers also covered the role of expert systems and other knowledge based systems, which are needed, to cope with the vast quantities of data generated by large scale systems. This volume should be considered essential reading for anyone involved in this rapidly developing area.

Machine Learning ECML

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Advances in Applied Artificial Intelligence

Author : Moonis Ali
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Industrial and Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems, IEA/AIE 2006, held in Annecy, France, June 2006. The book presents 134 revised full papers together with 3 invited contributions, organized in topical sections on multi-agent systems, decision-support, genetic algorithms, data-mining and knowledge discovery, fuzzy logic, knowledge engineering, machine learning, speech recognition, systems for real life applications, and more.

IMACS 91 13th World Congress on Computation and Applied Mathematics

Author : Robert Vichnevetsky
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Applied Science Technology Index

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Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics

Author : International Conference on Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics
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This volume contains peer-reviewed papers presented at the International Conference on Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics 2007, ICNAAM-2007. This conference brought together leading scientists of the international Numerical and Applied Mathematics community. More than 350 papers were submitted to be considered for presentation at ICNAAM-2007. From these submissions, 189 papers were selected after an international peer review by at least two independent reviewers.

Machine Learning

Author : Thomas Farth
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Machine Learning: A Three Books Bundle: Your Ultimate Guide for Concepts, Tools & Techniques Machine Learning: From Zero to Hero | From Noob to Pro | From Beginner to Advanced A Bundle of Three Books: Mastering Machine Learning Basics, Algorithms, Python, R and Advanced Machine Learning Models Hello! Welcome to Bundle of Machine Learning Books using Python & R. It's possible that you've picked this up with some initial interest, but aren't quite sure what to expect. In a nutshell, there has never been a more exciting time to learn and use machine learning techniques, and working in the field is only getting more rewarding. If you want to get up-to-speed with some of the more advanced Machine Learning techniques and gain experience using them to solve challenging problems, this is a good book for you! Machine Learning Engineers earn on average $166,000 - become an ideal candidate with this Bundle! Description: Bundle consists of following: Book 1: Beginner's Guide to Machine Learning Introduction to Machine Learning Mathematical Foundation for Machine Learning & AI Programming Languages for Machine Learning Overview of ML Libraries Book 2: Intermediate's Guide to Machine Learning Python for Machine Learning R for Machine Learning Supervised Machine Learning: Regression & Classification Data Processing Natural Language Processing Book 3: Advanced Machine Learning Unsupervised Machine Learning R for Machine Learning Artificial Neural Networks & Convolutional Neural Networks Deep Learning Machine Learning with TensorFlow Pattern Recognition, Face Recognition & Image Recognition Python & R Codes for Machine Learning Algorithms Interested in the field of Advanced Machine Learning? Then this book is for you!The rapid development of machine learning applications is fueled by an ongoing struggle to continually innovate, playing out at an array of research labs. The techniques developed by these pioneers are seeding new application areas and experiencing growing public awareness. While some of the innovations sought in AI and applied machine learning are still elusively far from readiness, others are a reality. Self-driving cars, sophisticated image recognition and altering capability, ever-greater strides in genetics research, and perhaps most pervasively of all, increasingly tailored content in our digital stores, e-mail inboxes, and online lives. Download your copy now so you can get started on what is promising to be a most amazing future. Copyright:© 2018 by Thomas Farth, All rights reserved.

Proceedings of the ACM Workshop on Visualization and Data Mining for Computer Security

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Machine Learning

Author : Armand Prieditis
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Machine Learning Proceedings 1995.

The Proceedings of the SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education

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International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science

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