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RE: [Cleveland-AI-ML-support-group] What to go over

From: Joe
Sent on: Wednesday, August 24, 2011 6:21 PM
 I suggest each week we go over the exercises for the corresponding week in the two courses. The first week of the AI class covers parts of the first 3 chapters of the AI book:

Chapter 3 covers searching and is more technical than the first 2. I suggest we discuss the first 15 questions at the end of chapter 3. A participant can give their answer to the question, others can comment on it, than we will check it against the answer guide. These are mostly English language logical reasoning type questions, but if you want to show some code, that would be cool too.

For the ML portion of the study time, I suggest we cover the corresponding first week of problems for the ML class, which is covered in problem set 1 and lecture set 1 here:

-The above requires a current working knowledge of linear algebra, so if not enough of us can remember that, we could just review linear algebra instead. If any one finds a good linear algebra review, we could probably use a link for that on the wiki.


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