Predicting Real-valued Outputs: An introduction to regression
Tutorial Slides by Andrew Moore
This lecture is made up entirely from material from the start of the Neural Nets lecture and a subset of the topics in the “Favorite Regression Algorithms” lecture. We talk about linear regression, and then these topics: Varying noise, Non-linear regression (very briefly), Polynomial Regression, Radial Basis Functions, Robust Regression, Regression Trees, Multilinear Interpolation and MARS.
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