Lecture Notes on Differentiation A tangent line to a function at a point is the line that best approximates the functionat that point better than any other line. The slope of the function at a given point is the slope of the tangent line to thefunction at that point. The derivative of f at x = a is the slope, m, of the function f at the point x = a (if mexists), denoted by f 0 (a) = m.

Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus, and Modern Applications (Stanford Math 51 course text) Linear Algebra Friday Section [pdf (slides)] Week 2: Lecture 3: 4/13: Weighted Least Squares. Logistic Regression. Netwon's Method Perceptron. Exponential Family. Generalized Linear Models. Class Notes. Live lecture notes ; Lecture 4: 4/15: Class Notes Lecture 4, Jan 11: Fuzzy control of Inverted pendulum and propositional calculus based puzzles Lecture 5 and 6, Jan 14, 18: Propositional calculus and co-operative puzzle solving [PDF] [PPTX] Lecture 7, Jan 19: Predicate calculus [PDF] [PPTX] Lecture Notes The notes (of powerpoint files) posted here are a superset of the slides that are used in the lectures. Some of the slides posted here are not covered in the lecture -- they may either be slides giving more detail, or covering more topics which were left out in the lecture for brevity.

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