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− | 2.Regression | + | 2.Regression: Same as classification but in the continuous case |

− | 3.Clustering | + | 3.Clustering: Use common features of objects in same class or group to form clusters. |

4. Dimensionality Reduction | 4. Dimensionality Reduction | ||

Main Applications: Computer Vision, Computer Graphics, Finance (fraud detection), Machine Learning | Main Applications: Computer Vision, Computer Graphics, Finance (fraud detection), Machine Learning |

## Revision as of 06:57, 9 May 2013

**Computer Simulation of Complex Systems (Stat 340 - Spring 2013)**

Introduction

Four Fundamental Problems:

1. Classification: Given an input object X, we have a function which will take in this input X and identity which 'class (Y)' it belongs to. (Discrete Case) 2.Regression: Same as classification but in the continuous case 3.Clustering: Use common features of objects in same class or group to form clusters. 4. Dimensionality Reduction

Main Applications: Computer Vision, Computer Graphics, Finance (fraud detection), Machine Learning