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Machine Learning: A Constraint-Based Approachprovides readers with a refreshing look at the basic models and algorithms of machine learning, with an emphasis on current topics of interest that includes neural networks and kernel machines. The book presents the information in a truly unified manner that is based on the notion of learning from environmental constraints. For example, most resources present regularization when discussing kernel machines, but only Gori demonstrates that regularization is also of great importance in neural nets. This book presents a simpler unified notion of regularization, which is strictly connected with the parsimony principle, and includes many solved exercises that are classified according to the Donald Knuth ranking of difficulty, which essentially consists of a mix of warm-up exercises that lead to deeper research problems. A software simulator is also included. Presents fundamental machine learning concepts, such as neural networks and kernel machines in a unified mannerProvides in-depth coverage of unsupervised and semi-supervised learningIncludes a software simulator for kernel machines and learning from constraints that also includes exercises to facilitate learningContains 250 solved examples and exercises chosen particularly for their progression of difficulty from simple to complex
Most intermediate-level machine learning books focus on how to optimize models by increasing accuracy or decreasing prediction error. But this approach often overlooks the importance of understanding why and how your ML model makes the predictions that it does.Explainability methods provide an essential toolkit for better understanding model behavior, and this practical guide brings together best-in-class techniques for model explainability. Experienced machine learning engineers and data scientists will learn hands-on how these techniques work so that you'll be able to apply these tools more easily in your daily workflow.This essential book provides:A detailed look at some of the most useful and commonly used explainability techniques, highlighting pros and cons to help you choose the best tool for your needsTips and best practices for implementing these techniquesA guide to interacting with explainability and how to avoid common pitfallsThe knowledge you need to incorporate explainability in your ML workflow to help build more robust ML systemsAdvice about explainable AI techniques, including how to apply techniques to models that consume tabular, image, or text dataExample implementation code in Python using well-known explainability libraries for models built in Keras and TensorFlow 2.0, PyTorch, and HuggingFace
Master's Thesis from the year 2007 in the subject Computer Sciences - Artificial Intelligence, , language: English, abstract: When time and foresight permit advance arrangement of loans, the act of borrowing can be made much simpler. When time is short and the need for the loan was not anticipated, the act of going through the process of borrowing may be so time-consuming that obtaining the loan may not be possible at all.Efforts are being made to develop expert system for analyzing credit risk in consumer loan to overcome these problems. Artificial neural networks (ANN) are used as expert system for credit risk analysis in consumer loan. Radial Basis Function (RBF), Recurrent Neural Network (RNN), and Backpropagation or Multilayer Perceptron (MLP) are the three most popular Artificial Neural Network (ANN) tools for the prediction task.We used both feed forward neural network and radial basis function neural network, back propagation algorithm to make the credit risk prediction. The network can be trained with available data to model an arbitrary system. The trained network is then used to predict the risk in granting the loan.
This book presents the advances in AI techniques under the umbrella of Intelligent Computing. The book provides theoretical, algorithmic, simulation, and implementation-based recent research advancements related to the Intelligent Computing.
This book demonstrates the core concepts of deep learning algorithms that, using diagrams, data tables, and examples, are especially useful for deep learning based human cancer diagnostics.
In this peer-reviewed book, experts from all over the world, in the field present a conceptual framework for Logistics 4.0 and provide examples for usage of Industry 4.0 tools in SCM. This book is a work that will be beneficial for both practitioners and students and academicians, as it covers the theoretical framework as well.
This book introduces AI-based Lagrange optimization techniques which enable more optimised concrete structural design, while conforming to codes of practice. The principles are outlined and then applied to the design of RC columns and beams, offering insight for both advanced practitioners and graduate students.
Surpassing contemporary machine learning and data mining, deep neural networks (DNNs) as heavy algorithm-based technologies provide solid possibilities for Artificial General Intelligence (AGI). Meta-learning with DNNs brings AGI much closer: artificial agents solving intelligent tasks that human beings can achieve, even transcending what they can achieve. Meta-Learning: Theory, Algorithms and Applications explains the fundamentals of meta-learning by providing answers to these questions: What is meta-learning?; why do we need meta-learning?; how can we use meta-learning in our approach to specific scenarios? The book presents the background of seven mainstream paradigms: meta-learning, few-shot learning, deep learning, transfer learning, machine learning, probabilistic modeling, and Bayesian inference. It then explains important state-of-the-art mechanisms and their variants for meta-learning, including memory-augmented neural networks, meta-networks, convolutional Siamese neural networks, matching networks, prototypical networks, relation networks, LSTM meta-learning, model-agnostic meta-learning, and the Reptile algorithm. The book takes a deep dive into nearly 200 state-of-the-art meta-learning algorithms from top tier conferences (e.g. NeurIPS, ICML, CVPR, ACL, ICLR, KDD). It systematically investigates 39 categories of tasks from 11 real-world application fields: Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing, Meta-Reinforcement Learning, Healthcare, Finance and Economy, Construction Materials, Graphic Neural Networks, Program Synthesis, Smart City, Recommended Systems, and Climate Science. The book concludes with an epilogue looking at future trends. Meta-Learning: Theory, Algorithms and Applications is a great resource to understand the principles of meta-learning and to learn of state-of-the-art meta-learning algorithms, giving the student, researcher and industry professional the ability to apply meta-learning for various novel applications.
Kubernetes is an essential tool for anyone deploying and managing cloud-native applications. It lays out a complete introduction to container technologies and containerized applications along with practical tips for efficient deployment and operation. This revised edition of the bestselling Kubernetes in Action contains new coverage of the Kubernetes architecture, including the Kubernetes API, and a deep dive into managing a Kubernetes cluster in production.In Kubernetes in Action, Second Edition, you'll start with an overview of how Docker containers work with Kubernetes and move quickly to building your first cluster. You'll gradually expand your initial application, adding features and deepening your knowledge of Kubernetes architecture and operation. As you navigate this comprehensive guide, you'll also appreciate thorough coverage of high-value topics like monitoring, tuning, and scaling.
Math for Deep Learning provides the essential math you need to understand deep learning discussions, explore more complex implementations, and better use the deep learning toolkits.With Math for Deep Learning, you'll learn the essential mathematics used by and as a background for deep learning. You'll work through Python examples to learn key deep learning related topics in probability, statistics, linear algebra, differential calculus, and matrix calculus as well as how to implement data flow in a neural network, backpropagation, and gradient descent. You'll also use Python to work through the mathematics that underlies those algorithms and even build a fully-functional neural network.In addition you'll find coverage of gradient descent including variations commonly used by the deep learning community: SGD, Adam, RMSprop, and Adagrad/Adadelta.
- Grundlegende Konzepte und Terminologie- Praktischer Einsatz mit PyTorch- Projekte umsetzenDieses Buch zeigt Ihnen, wie Sie Agenten programmieren, die basierend auf direktem Feedback aus ihrer Umgebung selbstständig lernen und sich dabei verbessern. Sie werden Netzwerke mit dem beliebten PyTorch-Deep-Learning-Framework aufbauen, um bestärkende Lernalgorithmen zu erforschen. Diese reichen von Deep-Q-Networks über Methoden zur Gradientenmethode bis hin zu evolutionären Algorithmen.Im weiteren Verlauf des Buches wenden Sie Ihre Kenntnisse in praktischen Projekten wie der Steuerung simulierter Roboter, der Automatisierung von Börsengeschäften oder dem Aufbau eines Spiel-Bots an.Aus dem Inhalt:- Strukturierungsprobleme als Markov-Entscheidungsprozesse- Beliebte Algorithmen wie Deep Q-Networks, Policy Gradient-Methode und Evolutionäre Algorithmen und die Intuitionen, die sie antreiben- Anwendung von Verstärkungslernalgorithmen auf reale ProblemeEXTRA: E-Book insideSystemvoraussetzungen für E-Book inside: Internet-Verbindung und Adobe-Reader oder Ebook-Reader bzw. Adobe Digital Editions.
In this monograph, the authors introduce a novel fuzzy rule-base, referred to as the Fuzzy All-permutations Rule-Base (FARB). They show that inferring the FARB, using standard tools from fuzzy logic theory, yields an input-output map that is mathematically equivalent to that of an artificial neural network. Conversely, every standard artificial neural network has an equivalent FARB. The FARB-ANN equivalence integrates the merits of symbolic fuzzy rule-bases and sub-symbolic artificial neural networks, and yields a new approach for knowledge-based neurocomputing in artificial neural networks.
As artificial neural networks have been gaining importance in the field of engineering, this compilation aims to review the scientific literature regarding the use of artificial neural networks for the modelling and optimization of food drying processes. The applications of artificial neural networks in food engineering are presented, particularly focusing on control, monitoring and modelling of industrial food processes. The authors emphasize the main achievements of artificial neural network modelling in recent years in the field of quantitative structure -- activity relationships and quantitative structure -- retention relationships. In the closing study, artificial intelligence techniques are applied to river water quality data and artificial intelligence models are developed in an effort to contribute to the reduction of the cost of future on-line measurement stations.
This book describes the latest advances in fuzzy logic, neural networks, and optimization algorithms, as well as their hybrid intelligent combinations, and their applications in the areas such as intelligent control, robotics, pattern recognition, medical diagnosis, time series prediction, and optimization.
This unique compendium represents important action of fuzzy systems to quantum mechanics. From fuzzy sets to fuzzy systems, it also gives clear descriptions on the development on fuzzy logic, where the most important result is the probability presentation of fuzzy systems.The important conclusions on fuzzy systems are used in the study of quantum mechanics, which is a very new idea. Eight important conclusions are obtained. The author has proved that mass-point motions in classical mechanics must have waves, which means that any mass-point motion in classical mechanics has wave mass-point dualism as well as any microscopic particle motion must have wave-particle dualism. Based on this conclusion, it has been proven that classical mechanics and quantum mechanics are unified.
Complex-valued neural networks have higher functionality, learn faster and generalize better than their real-valued counterparts. This book on the multi-valued neuron (MVN) and MVN-based neural networks covers MVN theory, learning, and applications.
This unique compendium presents a comprehensive and self-contained theory of material development under imperfect information and its applications. The book describes new approaches to synthesis and selection of materials with desirable characteristics. Such approaches provide the ability of systematic and computationally effective analysis in order to predict composition, structure and related properties of new materials.The volume will be a useful advanced textbook for graduate students. It is also suitable for academicians and practitioners who wish to have fundamental models in new material synthesis and selection.
This book presents a statistical treatment of the Multilayer Perceptron (MLP), which is the most widely used of the neural network models, in a language that is familiar to practicing statisticians. Questions arise when statisticians are first confronted with such a model, and this book's aim is to provide thorough answers.