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'An authoritative treatment of modern machine learning, covering a broad range of topics, for readers who want to useandunderstand machine learning.' Bernhard Schlkopf, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
'This book provides the perfect introduction to modern machine learning, with an ideal balance between mathematical depth and breadth. Its outstanding clarity and many illustrations make it a perfect tool for self-learning or as a textbook for an introductory machine learning class.' Francis Bach, Inria - Ecole Normale Suprieure
'Lucid and engaging, this book is a brilliant companion to anyone with a numerate background who wants to know what really goes on under the hood in supervised learning. The core theory and rich illustrative examples enable practitioners navigate the jungle of modern machine learning.' Carl Edward Rasmussen, University of Cambridge
'This book provides an excellent introduction to machine learning for engineers and scientists. It covers the main techniques in this exciting area ranging from basic approaches, such as linear regression and principal component analysis, tomodern deep learning and generative modelling techniques. The authors have managed to find the right balance between academic rigor, intuition and applications.Required reading for any newcomer interested in this field!' Arnaud Doucet, University of Oxford
'This book strikes a very good balance between accessibility and rigour. It will be a very good companion for the mathematically trained who want to understand the hows and whats of machine learning.' Ole Winther, University of Copenhagen and Technical University of Denmark
Andreas Lindholm is a machine learning research engineer at Annotell, Gothenburg, working with data annotation and data quality questions for autonomous driving. He received his MSc degree in 2013 from Linkping University (including studies at ETH Zrich and UC Santa Barbara). He received his PhD degree in 2018 from the Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University. At the time of writing this book he was a postdoctoral researcher at the same department. Throughout his entire academic career he has had a particular interest in teaching applied mathematical subjects. Niklas Wahlstrm is an Assistant Professor at the Division of Systems and Control, Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University. He received his MSc degree in 2010 and his PhD degree in automatic control in 2015, both from Linkping University, Sweden. During his studies he held a visiting position at ETH Zrich and Imperial College, London. Since 2016, he has been working at Uppsala University, first as a postdoctoral researcher and since 2019 in his present position. During his career, he has been involved in several machine learning course development projects. Fredrik Lindsten is Associate Professor at the Division of Statistics and Machine Learning, Department of Computer and Information Science, Linkping University. He received his PhD in Automatic Control in 2013 from Linkping University. In 2014-2015 he was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Cambridge. He has held visiting positions at the Statistical Artificial Intelligence Lab, UC Berkeley, and the Department of Statistics, University of Oxford. He has received the Ingvar Carlsson Award by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research, and the Benzelius Award by the Royal Society of Sciences in Uppsala. Thomas B. Schn is Beijer Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University. He has held visiting positions with the University of Cambridge, the University of Newcastle and Universidad Tcnica Federico Santa Mara in Valparaiso. In 2018, he was elected to The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences and The Royal Society of Sciences at Uppsala. He has been awarded the Tage Erlander prize for natural sciences and technology and the Arnberg prize by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. He received the best teacher award at the Institute of Technology, Linkping University in 2009. He is a fellow of the ELLIS society.
1. Introduction; 2. Supervised learning: a first approach; 3. Basic parametric models and a statistical perspective on learning; 4. Understanding, evaluating and improving the performance; 5. Learning parametric models; 6. Neural networks and deep learning; 7. Ensemble methods: Bagging and boosting; 8. Nonlinear input transformations and kernels; 9. The Bayesian approach and Gaussian processes; 10. Generative models and learning from unlabeled data; 11. User aspects of machine learning; 12. Ethics in machine learning.