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 Title: Machine Learning with Neural Networks: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers
 Author(s) Bernhard Mehlig
 Publisher: Cambridge University Press (December 23, 2021); eBook (arxiv.org, October 27, 2021)
 License(s): Nonexclusive License to Distribute
 Hardcover: 260 pages
 eBook: PDF (241 pages)
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 1108494935
 ISBN13: 9781108494939
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Book Description
This modern and selfcontained book offers a clear and accessible introduction to the important topic of machine learning with neural networks. In addition to describing the mathematical principles of the topic, and its historical evolution, strong connections are drawn with underlying methods from statistical physics and current applications within science and engineering.
Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) are stateoftheart, trainable algorithms that emulate certain major aspects in the functioning of the human brain. This gives them a unique, selftraining ability, the ability to formalize unclassified information and, most importantly, the ability to make forecasts based on the historical information they have at their disposal.
This book provides comprehensive coverage of neural networks, their evolution, their structure, the problems they can solve, and their applications. It describes the use of neural networks in machine learning: deep learning, recurrent networks, and other supervised and unsupervised machinelearning algorithms.
About the Authors Bernhard Mehlig is a professor of Physics at University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

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