Course Description

MATLAB is the language of choice for many researchers and mathematics experts when it comes to machine learning. This video will help beginners build a foundation in machine learning using MATLAB. You'll start by getting your system ready with the MATLAB environment for machine learning and you'll see how to easily interact with the MATLAB workspace. You'll then move on to data cleansing, mining, and analyzing various data types in machine learning and you'll see how to display data values on a plot. Next, you'll learn about the different types of regression technique and how to apply them to your data using the MATLAB functions. You'll understand the basic concepts of neural networks and perform data fitting, pattern recognition, and clustering analysis. Finally, you'll explore feature selection and extraction techniques for dimensionality reduction to improve performance. By the end of the video, you'll have learned to put it all together via real-world use cases covering the major machine learning algorithms and will be comfortable in performing machine learning with MATLAB.

About the Author

Giuseppe Ciaburro holds a Master's degree in chemical engineering from Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, and a Master's degree in acoustic and noise control from Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli. He works at the Built Environment Control Laboratory - Università degli Studi della Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli."

He has over 15 years' work experience in programming, first in the field of combustion and then in acoustics and noise control. His core programming knowledge is in Python and R, and he has extensive experience of working with MATLAB. An expert in acoustics and noise control, Giuseppe has wide experience in teaching professional computer courses (about 15 years), dealing with e-learning as an author. He has several publications to his credit: monographs, scientific journals, and thematic conferences. He is currently researching Machine Learning applications in acoustics and noise control.

Course Details
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Packt Publishing
Self-paced
Intermediate
2 hours
Course Details
en
en
Packt Publishing
Self-paced
Intermediate
2 hours
Course Description

MATLAB is the language of choice for many researchers and mathematics experts when it comes to machine learning. This video will help beginners build a foundation in machine learning using MATLAB. You'll start by getting your system ready with the MATLAB environment for machine learning and you'll see how to easily interact with the MATLAB workspace. You'll then move on to data cleansing, mining, and analyzing various data types in machine learning and you'll see how to display data values on a plot. Next, you'll learn about the different types of regression technique and how to apply them to your data using the MATLAB functions. You'll understand the basic concepts of neural networks and perform data fitting, pattern recognition, and clustering analysis. Finally, you'll explore feature selection and extraction techniques for dimensionality reduction to improve performance. By the end of the video, you'll have learned to put it all together via real-world use cases covering the major machine learning algorithms and will be comfortable in performing machine learning with MATLAB.

About the Author

Giuseppe Ciaburro holds a Master's degree in chemical engineering from Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, and a Master's degree in acoustic and noise control from Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli. He works at the Built Environment Control Laboratory - Università degli Studi della Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli."

He has over 15 years' work experience in programming, first in the field of combustion and then in acoustics and noise control. His core programming knowledge is in Python and R, and he has extensive experience of working with MATLAB. An expert in acoustics and noise control, Giuseppe has wide experience in teaching professional computer courses (about 15 years), dealing with e-learning as an author. He has several publications to his credit: monographs, scientific journals, and thematic conferences. He is currently researching Machine Learning applications in acoustics and noise control.