Course CSE512
Title Machine Learning
Credits Fall and Spring, 3 Credits, ABCF Grading
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A course on the fundamentals of machine learning, including basic models, formulations, and modern methods. Topics include PAC learnability, validation, classification, regression, clustering, component analysis, and graphical and deep learning models. Students are expected to have the following background: (i) working knowledge of probability theory and statistics, (ii) working knowledge of linear algebra and algorithms, and (iii) working knowledge of basic computer science principles at a level sufficient to write non-trivial computer programs in a language of preference.

Course Outcomes

At the end of the course, students should be able to

  • describe, explain and dierentiate modern machine learning techniques;
  • apply existing models and algorithms;
  • identify potential applications;
  • select appropriate techniques based on the particular characteristics of the domains and applications under consideration;
  • evaluate and assess the performance of machine learning algorithms properly.
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