Introduction to Intelligent Systems, Control, and Machine Learning using MATLAB (Cambridge University Press)
Monday, 26 February 2024

This project-based introductory textbook covers the foundations of intelligent systems, machine learning, and control. Marco P. Schoen provides introductions to core topics in fuzzy logic, neural networks, optimization, deep learning, and machine learning, avoid the use of complex mathematical proofs, supported by 70 examples. 180 open-ended review questions support self-review and class discussion, 120 end-of-chapter problems cement student understanding, and 20 hands-on Arduino assignments connect theory to practice, supported by downloadable Matlab and Simulink code.

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Author: Marco P. Schoen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Date: January 2024
Pages: 450
ISBN: 978-1316518250
Print: 1316518256
Kindle: B0CJLS3Y25
Audience: Matlab developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Artificial Intelligence


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