By Miroslav Kubat
This e-book offers simple principles of laptop studying in a fashion that's effortless to appreciate, by way of supplying hands-on sensible recommendation, utilizing uncomplicated examples, and motivating scholars with discussions of attention-grabbing functions. the most subject matters comprise Bayesian classifiers, nearest-neighbor classifiers, linear and polynomial classifiers, selection timber, neural networks, and aid vector machines. Later chapters convey tips to mix those basic instruments in terms of “boosting,” tips on how to make the most them in additional complex domain names, and the way to house various complex functional concerns. One bankruptcy is devoted to the preferred genetic algorithms.
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The impact of the user’s confidence. Let us take a closer look at the effect of m, the user’s confidence. A lot is revealed if we compare the two different settings below: m D 100 on the left and m D 1 on the right (in both cases, heads D 0:5). Nheads C 50 Nall C 100 Nheads C 0:5 Nall C 1 The version with m D 100 allows the prior estimate to be modified only if really 50; Nall 100). By contrast, the version substantial evidence is available (Nheads with m D 1 allows the user’s opinion to be controverted with just a few experimental trials.
What to do in this case? Discretizing continuous attributes. One possibility is to discretize. The simplest “trick” will split the attribute’s original domain in two; for instance, by replacing age with the boolean attribute old that is true for age > 60 and false otherwise. However, at least part of the available information then gets lost: a person may be old, but we no longer know how old; nor do we know whether one old person is older than another old person. 1 Suppose we get ourselves a separate bin for each of these, and place a little black ball into the i-th bin for each training example whose value of age falls into the i-th interval.
The basics are easily explained using the toy domain from the previous chapter. The training set consists of twelve pies (Nall D 12), of which six are positive examples of the given concept (Npos D 6) and six are negative (Nneg D 6). 1) Let us now take into consideration one of the attributes, say, filling-size. The training set contains eight examples with thick filling (Nthick D 8). Out of these, three are labeled as positive (Nposjthick D 3). 5 %—this © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015 M.
An Introduction to Machine Learning by Miroslav Kubat