Statistical Learning Theory: Models, Concepts, and Results

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von Luxburg, Ulrike; Schoelkopf, Bernhard;

Statistical learning theory provides the theoretical basis for many of today's machine learning algorithms and is arguably one of the most beautifully developed branches of artificial intelligence in general. It originated in Russia in the 1960s and gained wide populari... View more
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