Description: This course is a graduate level introduction to concepts, methods, best practices, and theoretical foundations of machine learning. Topics covered include regression, classification, regularization, kernels, clustering, dimension reduction, decision trees, ensemble learning, and neural networks. Additional work is required for graduate students beyond the undergraduate requirement.
Cross-list: ELEC 478. Recommended Prerequisite(s): Basic statistics and probability, linear algebra, and programming in R or Python are required. Mutually Exclusive: Cannot register for ELEC 578 if student has credit for DSCI 303/ELEC 478.