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Markov Models

Understanding Data Science, Markov Models, and Unsupervised Machine Learning in Python
By: Duo Code
Narrated by: Zachary Sielaff
Length: 1 hr and 28 mins
Categories: Non-fiction, Technology
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Summary

Do you want to master data science? Want to learn how machine learning systems can carry out multifaceted processes by learning from data? How about understand Markov models and how they can help your correctly forecast future events? Want to explore practical implementations of Markov models in a Python programming environment? Then you should download your copy today. The aim of machine learning is to train the computers or machine to learn on its own and make informed decisions in a relatively shorter time than what human beings can do. The primary objective of this audiobook is to provide you with all the ins and outs of Markov models, and unsupervised machine learning over a range of multi-faceted applications. Specifically, the audiobook will explore practical implementations of Markov models in a Python programming environment.

You'll discover:

  • Types of machine learning algorithms
  • The mathematics behind Markov algorithms
  • Application of Markov models in python programming

Application of Markov models in:

  • Gaming
  • Speech recognition
  • Weather reporting
  • And much much more!

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  • Sarah Daniels
  • 12-12-17

not a good book for audio

equations and code aren't good read aloud and that's all this is. there are no relatable examples it real world applications to help convey the information.

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  • Jack Frasier
  • 10-09-18

excellent info as audiobook

I plan on getting a text of this info. but I'm so glad it's on audiobook as well. anyone who knows code well enough can listen to it and get the basic idea of these fascinating machine learning constructs.

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  • Gregory R. Baker
  • 30-12-17

Good book, but disastrous in audio format.

I suspect this will be a very useful book to read, but it was a disaster for me in audible format. I was hoping the author and narrator would find a clever and effective way to vocally convey the equations and source code which constitute the core of the material. Alas, it was even worse than I had feared. Grouping of terms, numerators, denominators, superscripts, subscripts all disappear into verbal linear streams of letters and numbers. Math and code are perhaps too visual for the visually unimpaired to grasp with hearing alone. I'd love to learn about the experiences of visually impaired students. Are tech books of this type useful in audio format? Are there effective techniques for narrating equations and code? I don't think the audible edition of this book succeeded at it.

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  • patrick
  • 27-08-17

Useful guide

It looks like Artificial Intellect is the next step in human technologies development. Yep, as for me, unsupervised learning of computers is a pretty similar to human brain functioning. Analyzing each formula will make it easier for you to understand the problem

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