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CMSC 678: Statistical Learning and Fuzzy Algorithms

The course considers two central problems in modern science and engineering: i) the problem of statistical learning from examples (empirical data) and ii) the problem of embedding existing human knowledge into workable mathematics. Topics include: examples of multivariate functional mapping, basics of classic classification and regression, support vector machines as a learning paradigm based on structural risk minimization, fuzzy logic algorithms, basics of multi-class classification over high dimensional spaces, curve and surface fittings, multivariate function approximation and nonlinear optimization; fuzzy logic systems; crisp and fuzzy sets, linguistic variables, fuzzy set theory; if-then rules, fuzzy interference, fuzzification and defuzzification, neuro-fuzzy paradigms.

Total Credit Hours: 3
Semester(s):
Spring 2018
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite: MATH/STAT 309 or 310.
Instructor:
Dr. Vojislav Kecman
Instructor Email:
vkecman@vcu.edu

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