Building Recurrent Neural Networks in Tensorflow

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Introduction In the previous blog posts we have seen how we can build Convolutional Neural Networks in Tensorflow and also how we can use Stochastic Signal Analysis techniques to classify signals and time-series. In this blog post, lets have a look and see how we can build Recurrent Neural Networks in Tensorflow and use them to […]

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Machine Learning with Signal Processing Techniques

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Introduction Stochastic Signal Analysis is a field of science concerned with the processing, modification and analysis of (stochastic) signals. Anyone with a background in Physics or Engineering knows to some degree about signal analysis techniques, what these technique are and how they can be used to analyze, model and classify signals. Data Scientists coming from […]

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The Perceptron

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1. Introduction Most tasks in Machine Learning can be reduced to classification tasks. For example, we have a medical dataset and we want to classify who has diabetes (positive class) and who doesn’t (negative class). We have a dataset from the financial world and want to know which customers will default on their credit (positive […]

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Regression, Logistic Regression and Maximum Entropy part 2 (code + examples)

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update: The Python code for Logistic Regression can be forked/cloned from my Git repository. It is also available on PyPi. The relevant information in the blog-posts about Linear and Logistic Regression are also available as a Jupyter Notebook on my Git repository.   Introduction In the previous blog we have seen the theory and mathematics behind the […]

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Regression, Logistic Regression and Maximum Entropy

Posted on 4 CommentsPosted in Classification, Machine Learning, Sentiment Analytics

update: The Python code for Logistic Regression can be forked/cloned from my Git repository. It is also available on PyPi. The relevant information in the blog-posts about Linear and Logistic Regression are also available as a Jupyter Notebook on my Git repository. 1. Introduction One of the most important tasks in Machine Learning are the Classification tasks […]

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