We introduce basic principles and techniques in the fields of data mining and machine learning. These are some of the key tools behind the emerging field of data science and the popularity of the "big data" buzzword. These techniques are now running behind the scenes to discover patterns and make predictions in various applications in our daily lives. We'll focus on many of the core data mining and machine learning technologies, with motivating applications from a variety of disciplines.
Registration Undergraduate and graduate students from any department are welcome to take the course. Undergraduate students should enroll in CPSC 340 while graduate students should enroll in CPSC 532M (which has an extra small project component -- not offered in summers). Below are more details on registration for each course: The majority of the seats in 340 are reserved for UBC computer science majors. For other students, to enroll in the course you need to sign up for the wait list. Note that last year all students on the wait list were ultimately accepted into the course (but we did not have room for auditors.)
Two-thirds of the seats in 532M will initially be reserved for UBC computer science grad students, while the remaining seats are open to graduate students from any department. Note that you will likely get a warning about prerequisities when you register (which you can ignore), but depending on your department you may later be contacted and asked to show how you satisfy the relevant prerequisites. As with 340, if 532M becomes full then signing up for the waiting list is the only way to enroll in the course. Last year all students on the wait list were ultimately accepted into the course.
Starting in the first week of classes, we will have weekly tutorials run by the TAs. These will do things like go through provided assignment code, review background material, review big concepts, and/or do exercises. You can register for particular tutorial sections if you want to save a seat at a particular time, but note that you do not need to register in a tutorial section.
Textbook There is no required textbook for the class. A introductory book that covers many (but not all) the topics we will discuss is the Artificial Intelligence book of Rusell and Norvig (AI:AMA) or the Artificial Intelligence book of Poole and Mackworth (you may need these for other classes). More advanced books include The Elements of Statistical Learning (ESL) by Hastie et al., Murphy's Machine Learning: A Probabilistic Perspective (ML:APP) which can be accessed through the library here, and Bishop's Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning (PRML). For books with a bigger focus on data mining, see Introduction to Data Mining (IDM) and Mining of Massive DataSets.
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Six-part drawing. The wall is divided horizontally and vertically into six equal parts. 1st part: On red, blue horizontal parallel lines, and in the center, a circle within which are yellow vertical parallel lines; 2nd part: On yellow, red horizontal parallel lines, and in the center, a square within which are blue vertical parallel lines; 3rd part: On blue, yellow horizontal parallel lines, and in the center, a triangle within which are red vertical parallel lines; 4th part: On red, yellow horizontal parallel lines, and in the center, a rectangle within which are blue vertical parallel lines; 5th part: On yellow, blue horizontal parallel lines, and in the center, a trapezoid within which are red vertical parallel lines; 6th part: On blue, red horizontal parallel lines, and in the center, a parallelogram within which are yellow vertical parallel lines. The horizontal lines do not enter the figures.
The crayon wall drawings are executed on walls with an orange peel-like texture, which allows the crayon to stick to the wall. It only adheres to the raised parts of the surface; thus the light shines through the crayon, hitting the surface of the wall and revealing its texture.
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You have learned many things this quarter. Now is your chance to use them to create something larger than any one assignment we did. In this assignment, that could include an existing interface but must also use context somehow.
If you want to start with an existing app, you could think about how to extend the drawing app to be context aware. For example, you could support loading of drawings based on location (you could store them in the bundle and only provide access to drawings that were created in the current location). Or, you could automatically undo the last action whenever the user runs, and redo it when they walk and do nothing when they hold still. Finally, the colors available could change depending upon what location you are in (maybe purple is only available on the UW campus!).
The video for this project should be about 2 minutes long (+/- 30secs). It can be made with slides/photos + video clips for thevisuals, and you can either use text (shown in the video) or spokenaudio to provide the information listed below. It shouldhave the following structure:
We fixed the jump cuts with pics and b-roll which was a challenge at first, because the video was already created but we figured out how to add in additional material without ruining any of the video.
I did not add any interview footage as advised, as it is impossible for me to get in touch (face-to-face) with a person of interest to this story, as I only had a week, and was unable to make the long trip to central Pennsylvania. Before commencing with this project, I received permission to interview family members over the phone, and did not realize I was expected to record a phone conversation to use as audio for this project, since I would not want to use the recording of a phone or skype conversation because I do not believe the audio quality would be consistent with the rest of the piece. As both family members I interviewed helped build the campground themselves and could talk for literally days on end about the topic of Bald Eagle Campground, I thought it prudent to glean through and use the facts I thought most important to the story.
However, I did change the manuscript slightly, as I realized I had left out talking about fishing in depth, a main activity at Bald Eagle, and the driving force behind having so many water or stream shots. I also added more pictures of the forest and surrounding area. I only had a very limited time to shoot at the Campground and I probably would have tried to plan more shoot time if I was to continue adding to this video.
For my second project, I chose to interview my friend Jackie. Her life has been rough because she has had cancer, but she was fortunate enough to fight through and beat it. Because of her sickness, she has aimed to become a better person and more healthy. She finds happiness in running and feels it relates to her beating cancer because she never thought she could accomplish it but she surprised herself, similar to running, she surprises herself everyday by pushing herself and going beyond what she thought she was capable of. This video was difficult for me because I found that it was hard to get enough b-roll in a limited amount of time. I also am not happy with the lighting during the interview, but that was something I realized after shooting. Despite the difficulties, I had fun interviewing her and I definitely got a better understanding of how to use iMovie.
Making this video was two things, a nightmare and a good learning experiance. Olivia got the interviews from Sam and helped her interview the two people who were affected by hurricane Sandy. But, it was my job (Paul) to do the editing. Each interview that we got was about 30 minuets long and trying to tell the story we wanted was not to hard. But, the hardest thing about the whole proccess was what do we cut out? The interviews had very good material and every time I had to cut something out it did not feel good. For this project though it needed to be cut. Now, when it came to editing, whatever could go wrong did. I had to fix the audio because for the guy speaking, the sound was only comming out of the left side. So the only way you could change it is if you make it into a stereo to a mono track before you put it in the timeline. So, since my draft was already edited I had to take all the boy parts and edit them in a seperate project to get a mono track and had to re-edit the whole thing again. Now when I had finished editing the video I was so relieve, but there is more challeneges ahead of me. When I went to export the video, Adobe Encore Media had stopped working for no reason. I found out that there is a corrupt file and I have to delete it, but that will take me hours to do and I do not have that time. So instead of exporting it in a higher quiality setting, I had to convert the video into a youtube preset which is not the best quality. Also, I would have liked more b footage photos and had the names of the People in the video , but I emailed Sam and she did not get back to me. Even though there is not that much B footage I still feel that it is a good enough video. The emotional expression on their faces is what makes the video for me. 041b061a72