The Nature of Statistical Learning Theory

The Nature of Statistical Learning Theory by Vladimir Vapnik
Publisher: Springer | 2010 | ISBN: 1441931600 | Pages: 314 | DJVU | Size: 2,15 mb

This interesting book helps a reader to understand the interconnections between various streams in the empirical modeling realm and may be recommended to any reader who feels lost in modern terminology, such as artificial intelligence, neural networks, machine learning etcetera.

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