# Courses Offered

## Selected Topic: Machine Learning

Course code: AT70.9022

Credits: 3(3–0)

This course is elective

### Course objectives

Intelligent systems, such as speech recognition systems, document classification systems, and character recognition systems, are concerned with the transformation of input data (e.g. speech, documents, or bitmaps) into desired output data (words, document classes, or characters, respectively). To obtain an efficient system, this transformation function must be carefully constructed and its parameters must be properly adjusted. Machine learning is concerned with the automatic learning of these parameters from training examples. It draws heavily on computer science, algorithms and data structures, probability, statistics, and optimization. This course covers fundamental concepts as well as state of the art algorithms in machine learning. The grading system relies on homework, student presentations of research from the primary academic literature, and a project.

### Learning outcome

Introduction. Probability. Linear classifiers. Support vector machines. Clustering and mixture models. Subspace projection. Sequential data. Graphical models. Student presentations of primary research papers.

### Prerequisite(s)

Programming Experience, Mathematical Sophistication.### Course outline

__Introduction__

__Probability__

__Linear classifiers__