ECON 425

Machine Learning I

Description: Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Limited to Master of Applied Economics students. Covers set of fundamental machine learning algorithms, models, and theories, and introduces advanced engineering practices for implementing data-intensive intelligent systems. Topics involve both supervised methods (e.g., support vector machine, neural network, etc.) and unsupervised methods (e.g., clustering, dimensionality reduction, etc.), and their applications in classification, regression, data analysis, and visualization. Letter grading.

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