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This book contains a systematic treatment of probability from the ground up, starting with intuitive ideas and Probability-1 (eBook, PDF) - Shiryaev, Albert N. For the first two editions of the book Probability (GTM 95), each chapter included a comprehensive and diverse set of relevant exercises. While the work on the. Probability spaces, random variables, independence 23 These notes grew from an introduction to probability theory taught during the first and second term.
Kolmogorov, S. Aivazyan, A. Bol'shev, S. Sirazhdinov, I. Borodachev ; composition of statistical tables E. Slutskii, N. Bol'shev and their assistants E.
Kotelnikova, M. Rybinskaya ; queuing theory A.
Khinchin, Yu. Prokhorov, B. The main directions of theoretical research in the Department were: foundations of the probability theory measure theoretic approach — A. Kolmogorov, V. Sazonov, Yu. Prokhorov, algorithmic complexity approach — A. Kolmogorov ; asymptotic methods of probability and statistics A. Khinchin, A. Kolmogorov, N.
Smirnov, Yu. Zolotarev, V. Sazonov, D. Chibisov ; theory of random processes and fields A. Kolmogorov, Yu. Rozanov , purely jump and branching processes A. Khinchin, B.
Sevast'yanov, V. Kolchin ; statistical sequential analysis, stochastic calculus, martingales A. Shiryaev, A. Novikov ; foundations of statistical mechanics and quantum statistics, information theory A.
Holevo ; nonparametric methods of mathematical statistics, properties of order statistics, asymptotic theory of different tests N.
Smirnov, A. Kolmogorov, L. Bol'shev, N. Chentsov, D.
Besides the mentioned above, at different times at the Department worked: K. Borovkov, B. Devyatov, M. Ershov, A. Kolchin, V. Kolchin, D. Kramkov, B.
Leonov, V. Malinovsky, A. Miller, M. The standard textbook for serious machine learning courses.
Deep Learning Due for publication in or ? A popular machine learning textbook from a Bayesian viewpoint. HomePage MacKay, Information Theory, Inference, and Learning Algorithms An older, but respected, introduction to ML from an information theory viewpoint. ML techniques rely on the optimization techniques covered here. The book's web page also links to a free online course. Other big books Kuhn and Johnson, Applied Predictive Modeling 1e This is a guide to machine learning at the level of detail necessary to implement techniques in R.
Much attention is paid to how to make each method perform well. The body of each chapter is a description of the techniques involved, then at the end of the chapter is a "Computing" section which describes how to do what you just learned in R. The author's approach is to tell you just as much as you need to know to use the techniques, then point you to primary literature where you can read the details. Neural Smithing: Supervised Learning in Feedforward Artificial Neural Networks 1e This one is old, not particularly in-depth and only covers a limited subset of NN techniques, but it remains one of the better introductions to the topic of neural networks.
It's also relatively short and affordable. Murphy, Machine Learning: a Probabilistic Perspective 1e Izenman, Bishop,