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Lesson 14: Cutting Edge Deep Learning for Coders
 
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Deep learning has generally been associated with unstructured data such as images, language, and audio. However it turns out that the structured data found in the columns of a database table or spreadsheet, where the columns can each represent different types of information in different ways (e.g. sales in dollars, area as zip code, product id, etc), can also be used very effectively by a neural network. This is equally true if the data can be represented as a time series (i.e. the rows represent different times or time periods). In particular, what we learnt in part 1 about embeddings can be used not just for collaborative filtering and word encodings, but also for arbitrary categorical variables representing products, places, channels, and so forth. This has been highlighted by the results of two Kaggle competitions that were won by teams using this approach. We will study both of these datasets and competition winning strategies in this lesson. Finally, we’ll look at how the Densenet architecture we studied in the last lesson can be used for image segmentation - that is, exactly specifying the location of every object in an image. This is another type of generative model, as we learnt in lesson 9, so many of the basic ideas from there will be equally applicable here. We hope you enjoyed your deep learning journey with us! Now that you’ve finished, be sure to drop by the forums to tell us how you’re using deep learning in your life or work, or what projects you’re considering working on now.
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Travis Jones Video 2 - ISM 6136
 
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SAS Enterprise Miner software - Decision Tree Model - Credit Approval
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Weka - K-Means Clustering - 5 min Demo
 
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Created by: Maurya Nagaraja Created For: ISM 6136.022F15 Coursework Under guidance from: Dr.Balaji Padmanabhan. Management Information Systems - (ISDS Department) University of South Florida - Tampa
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Describing the output of Decision tree and neural network using SAS Enterprise Miner
 
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Describing the output of Decision tree and neural netwrok using SAS Enterprise Miner
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Board of County Commissioners: Regular Meeting - 04.17.19
 
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Welcome to the Board of County Commissioners: Regular Meeting - 04.17.19 Click "SHOW MORE" to view the agenda as well as other information. [00:03:40] RECOGNITION -2019 Theodore Roosevelt Hillsborough Forever Conservation Award [00:21:40] PROCLAMATION-April is Child Abuse Prevention Month [00:29:30] COMMENDATION-2019 Hillsborough County Women's Hall of Fame [00:40:30] COMMENDATION-Tampa Bay Technical HS Girls Basketball Team [00:47:35] Changes to Agenda [00:52:10] Public Comments [01:36:34] Consent Agenda Approval [01:37:45] Item D-1: To Amend the Animal Services Fee Schedule Policy [01:38:23] Item D-2: Animal Control Ordinance [01:39:23] Item D-3: Creek Preserve Subdivision [01:40:32] Item D-4: Belmont Townhomes Parcel C Subdivision [01:42:00] Item F-10: Tampa Bay Estuary Program Director Ed Sherwood [01:50:33] Item F-4: Hillsborough County's State Legislative Program [02:09:33] Item F-6: 6th % Tourist Development Tax [02:33:50] Item F-2: Authorize a pilot cat rescue sterilization program [04:30:39] Item F-9: Pilot Awareness Training Program by the US Institute Against Human Trafficking [04:55:30] Item F-5: Institute of Applied Engineering [05:25:30] Item E-1: Martine Collier, Executive Director, Arts Council of Hillsborough County [05:37:30] Item F-11: Little Manatee South area [05:44:30] Item F-12: New Interstate 75 interchange affecting the Little Manatee South Community [05:48:30] Item B-1: Approve a Funding Agreement with Florida Housing Coalition, Inc [05:51:30] Item B-2: Approve Board of County Commissioners' Rules of Order [06:26:30] Item B-3: Hillsborough County Budget Development Process Study Report [06:28:30] Item B-4: Approve the East 131st Avenue Improvements Project [06:32:30] Item B-5: Allocating up to $75,000 to Housing First Steps Forward, Inc [06:33:30] Item B-6: Realign Public Utilities Department FY 2019 Capital Improvement Program [06:34:30] Item C-1: Presentation on the Reorganization of the County Administrator's Office FY 2019 [06:49:30] Item C-2: Presentation to the BOCC on the FY 20 - 21 Budget Process. [07:22:30] Item F-1: Arts Council of Hillsborough County [07:24:30] Item F-3: Policy for BOCC consideration [07:38:30] Item F-7: Zero Tolerance for Human Trafficking [07:47:30] Item F-8: Health in All Policies Resolution [07:50:30] Item G-1: To address hourly lodging rentals in an effort to curtail human trafficking [07:52:30] Item G-2: Report from the Department of Head Start/Early Head Start [07:54:30] Item G-3: Naming a playground at All People's Life Center for Becki Forsell [07:56:30] Item G-4: Receive a report on residential solid waste collection services [08:01:30] Future Items [08:04:30] Public Comments
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Christopher Davis - Use of Canvas Course Analytics to Improve Student Success
 
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Instructure is a technology company committed to improving education. We provide instructors and students with modern tools and resources that empower and simplify the learning experience. Instructure offers Canvas, the open, easy-to-use, cloud-native learning management system, as well as Canvas Network, an index of open, online courses by educators everywhere — from Ivy League institutions to community colleges.
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Steven Jones - The Network Inside Out and the New Digital Humanities
 
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Steven Jones, Professor of English & Co-director of the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, Loyola University, Chicago Keynote Talk, Digital Humanities Forum 2014: Nodes & Networks in the Humanities. University of Kansas September 12, 2014 http://idrh.ku.edu/dhforum2014/ -- The rise to prominence of the Digital Humanities in the past decade can be understood as a response to a simultaneous shift in the collective imagination of the digital network. What was once understood to be a transcendent virtual reality apart from the body and the physical environment is now experienced as if it had turned inside out and spilled out into the physical world, a ubiquitous mesh of data and connections to data that we move through every day. This topological shift in the way we figure the network--what author William Gibson has called the eversion of cyberspace--has important implications for the theory and practice of the humanities, calling for a heightened critical attention to the social, locative, embodied, and object-oriented nature of our experience in the networked world.