By Dr. Nikolaos A. Laskaris

The term ‘‘pattern’’, currently, encompasses the notion of a variety of data-forms the machines have to tackle with. Despite the fact that in early days it was used mostly for pictorial information, i.e. 2D-signals, now the same term stands almost for any output from a data-source. For instance, any digital-signal can be considered as an 1D-pattern, a grey-scale image as a 2D-patterm, a video-sequence as a (temporal) multi-dimensional pattern etc. Read the rest of this entry…

A tutorial on PCA, LLE and ISOMAP by Dan Ventura (2008).

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By Simon R Schultz (2007), Scholarpedia, 2(6):2046
Signal-to-Noise ratio (SNR) generically means the dimensionless ratio of signal power to noise power. It has a long history of being used in neuroscience as a measure of the fidelity of signal transmission and detection by neurons and synapses.

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The following set of tutorials focus on many aspects of statistical data mining, including the foundations of probability, the foundations of statistical data analysis, and most of the classic machine learning and data mining algorithms.
These include classification algorithms such as decision trees, neural nets, Bayesian classifiers, Support Vector Machines and cased-based (aka non-parametric) learning. They include regression algorithms such as multivariate polynomial regression, MARS, Locally Weighted Regression, GMDH and neural nets. And they include other data mining operations such as clustering (mixture models, k-means and hierarchical), Bayesian networks and Reinforcement Learning.

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