ECON 427

Applied Machine Learning

Description: Lecture, three hours; discussion, one hour. Limited to Master of Applied Economics students. Preparation: basic understanding of technology principles, basic programming skills, sufficient mathematical background in probability, statistics, and matrix analysis. Foundational course with primary application to data analytics. Intended to be accessible to students from backgrounds such as economics or mathematics, and to students from less technical backgrounds. Covers some fundamental topics in machine learning such as Bayesian learning, optimization for learning, metric learning, and various classification, regression, clustering techniques, and other advanced topics. Real-world data-intensive problems. Letter grading.

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