Associate Professor of Computer Engineering. Author/co-author of over 30 journal publications. Instructor of graduate/undergraduate courses. Supervisor of Graduate thesis. Consultant to IT Companies.
An Eigenspace is a basic concept in linear algebra, and is commonly found in data science and in engineering and science in general.
A measurement used to build Decision Trees to determine how the features of a dataset should split nodes to form the tree.
A binary variable is a categorical variable that can only take one of two values, usually represented as a Boolean — True or False — or an integer variable — 0 or 1
Benford’s Law, also called the first digit law, states that the leading digits of numbers in datasets that span large orders of magnitude are distributed in a non-uniform way.
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