Neural Machine Learning I
COMP / ELEC / STAT 502, spring 2024
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|Class meets: TR 2:30 - 3:45pm, room DCH 1042
This class is based on in-person instruction, subject to changes if Covid-19 measures should require. Classes will not be recorded unless Covid-19 enforces remote instruction.
Instructor: Erzsébet Merényi
Office/Phone: MXF 229, 713-348-3595 email preferred
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Sample Course Outline
Last Updated: February 15, 2024
Welcome to biologically inspired neural information processing!
Short course description: Review of major Artificial Neural
Network paradigms. Analytical discussion of supervised and unsupervised
learning. Emphasis on state-of-the-art Hebbian (biologically most plausible)
learning paradigms and their relation to information theoretical methods.
Applications to data analysis such as pattern recognition, clustering (information discovery),
classification, non-linear PCA, independent component analysis, with examples from image and signal
processing and other areas.
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