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Key Features

  • Design algorithms in F# to take on complicated computing problems
  • Be a trained F# information scientist utilizing this simple-to-follow guide
  • Solve real-world, data-related issues of strong statistical versions, outfitted for various datasets

Book Description

The F# sensible programming language permits builders to put in writing uncomplicated code to resolve complicated difficulties. With F#, builders create constant and predictable courses which are more uncomplicated to check and reuse, less complicated to parallelize, and are much less vulnerable to bugs.

If you must the way to use F# to construct desktop studying platforms, then this can be the e-book you want.

Starting with an creation to the different different types on computer studying, you'll fast discover ways to enforce time-tested, supervised studying algorithms. you are going to steadily circulate directly to fixing difficulties on predicting housing pricing utilizing Regression research. you are going to then discover ways to use Accord.NET to enforce SVM concepts and clustering. additionally, you will learn how to construct a recommender process on your e-commerce website from scratch. eventually, you'll dive into complex themes corresponding to enforcing neural community algorithms whereas appearing sentiment research in your data.

What you are going to learn

  • Use F# to discover styles via uncooked data
  • Build a collection of category platforms utilizing Accord.NET, Weka, and F#
  • Run desktop studying jobs at the Cloud with MBrace
  • Perform mathematical operations on matrices and vectors utilizing Math.NET
  • Use a recommender process in your personal challenge domain
  • Identify vacationer spots around the globe utilizing inputs from the consumer with selection tree algorithms

About the Author

Sudipta Mukherjee used to be born in Kolkata and migrated to Bangalore. he's an electronics engineer by way of schooling and a working laptop or computer engineer/scientist via occupation and keenness. He graduated in 2004 with a level in electronics and verbal exchange engineering.

He has a willing curiosity in info constitution, algorithms, textual content processing, common language processing instruments improvement, programming languages, and laptop studying at huge. His first publication on facts constitution utilizing C has been acquired really good. components of the e-book will be learn on Google Books at http://goo.gl/pttSh. The ebook was once additionally translated into simplified chinese language, to be had from Amazon.cn at http://goo.gl/lc536. this is often Sudipta's moment ebook with Packt Publishing. His first booklet, .NET 4.0 Generics (http://goo.gl/MN18ce), used to be additionally bought rather well. over the last few years, he has been hooked to the practical programming kind. His ebook on useful programming, considering in LINQ (http://goo.gl/hm0lNF), used to be published final yr. final yr, he additionally gave a conversation at @FuConf in accordance with his LINQ publication (https://goo.gl/umdxIX). He lives in Bangalore together with his spouse and son.

Sudipta may be reached through email at sudipto80@yahoo.com and through Twitter at @samthecoder.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction to computer Learning
  2. Linear Regression
  3. Classification Techniques
  4. Information Retrieval
  5. Collaborative Filtering
  6. Sentiment Analysis
  7. Anomaly Detection

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