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Machine Learning – 3

Neuron in the brain Input wires: through Dentrite Ouput wire: Axon Neuron doing computations passes signal through axon and accepted by dendrites of other neurons. Artificial Neuron: Neuron Model: Logistic Unit         Read more»

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Machine Learning – Resources

Front Matter Decision Trees Geometry and Nearest Neighbors The Perceptron Machine Learning in Practice Beyond Binary Classification Linear Models Probabilistic Modeling Neural Networks Kernel Methods Learning Theory Ensemble Methods Efficient Learning Unsupervised Learning Expectation Maximization Semi-Supervised Learning Graphical Models Online Learning Structured Learning Bayesian Learning Back Matter Read more»


How to create basic document using LaTeX

Note: 1. \\ is soft return without identation or single blank line for hard return. 2. Math mode start with $ and end with $ to start text mode 3. For math mode with own line, $$ sign is used. [crayon-5a36e3ff52844200654583/] References 1. Sections and Chapters 2. Templates Overleaf 3. Thesis Basic Structure 4. Latex […] Read more»


Difference between constant pointer and pointer to constant

Const pointer essentially means you can’t change the pointer variable itself, but you can change the value it points to. A pointer to const means you can change the pointer but not what it points to. You can use them both together and have a const pointer to a const. The code snippet below should […] Read more»


How to write the research proposal

1. Title of study – Explain topic, keep it concise, attention-grabbing, not more than 15 words. 2. Introduction – Outline general field of interest 3. Significance of research – Purpose, significance, implications 4. Literature Review – Earlier research, Instruments, Necessity, Delimitations 5. Methodology – interviews, surveys, content analysis, case studies, meta analysis – result presentation, […] Read more»


How to write a Research Paper

#1 Don’t wait: Write idea ———> write paper ———–> do research #2 Identify your key idea your narrative flow: a. Here is a problem b. It’s an interesting problem c. It’s an unsolved problem d. Here is my idea e. My idea works (details, data) f. Here’s how my idea compares to other people’s approaches […] Read more»