CSCI 5527: Deep Learning: Models, Computation, and Applications

3 Credits

This course introduces the basic ingredients of deep learning, describes effective models and computational principles, and samples important applications. Topics include universal approximation theorems, basics of numerical optimization, auto-differentiation, convolution neural networks, recurrent neural networks, generative neural networks, representation learning, and deep reinforcement learning. Prerequisite: CSCI 5521 or equivalent Maturity in linear algebra, calculus, and basic probability is assumed. Familiarity with Python is necessary to complete the homework assignments and final project.

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