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Note: Chinese version of each section is coming.
1 A Chinese version of Decision Tree is available online.
2 A Chinese version of Bias-Varaince and Error Analysis is available online.
3 A Chinese version of Regularization and Model Selection is available online.
4 A Chinese version of Support Vector Machine is available online.
5 A Chinese version of Discriminative Algorithm is available online.
6 A Chinese version of Generative Algorithm is available online.
Open Source of ML notes
I made this notes open source so that everyone can edit and contribute. Github and instructions to contribute can be found here. Welcome to contribute!
1 More is coming for VI Algorithm.
Boosting: New topic about boosting
Decision Trees: New topic about decision tree
SVM: Rewrite explanation of SVM section
VI Algorithm: More contents are added
1 Discriminative Algorithm: More proofs before Least Square revisited
2 Generative Algorithm: Add proof to fomula for GDA and between GDA and logistic
3 K-means: Add more details about kmeans story.
4 Generative Algorithm: Add more intuitions for Naive Bayes
5 EM Algorithm: More contents on EM and exmaple as well.
What is this post?
In this long post, I mainly talk about contents from many machine learning classes that I have learned such as CS 229 by Prof. Andrew Ng. at Stanford and classes at Columbia taught by Prof. John Paisley, Prof. David Blei, and Prof. Daniel Hsu. This post mixes contents from all of them, and is expected to grow more. It is much like self-disciplined. I always try to cature the most important contents here. This post is supposed to be the marterial for self-study.
Why this post?
The key difference of this post is that:
1) I am trying to explain theorectical concepts in plain language and try to give the proof for theorem. I am a student,too. I will try to make it from student’s perspectives.
2) I am trying to make this post to be a good summary for CS 229 and other ML classes. Every class has its own beauty. Putting them together and making a story can make it the most beautiful.
How to use it?
You can directly go to any topic you like. Feel free to comment at the bottem of each post. I love to discuss these topics from different perspectives. Also, feel free to let me know if anything is wrong here.
It is recommended that you have some basic knowledge about probability, linear algebra and vector calculus before reading the notes. The reading can be done simply from beginning to ending or be indexed from left sidebar based on your needs.
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