Graphical Models, Course at the Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki
''Graphical Models'' is a course on graphical probabilistic models. Graphical models are used for the structural aspects of a problem (including dependency, cause and relevance) and probabilistic techniques will be developed for their analysis and interpretation. Examples will be drawn from learning, information retrieval, location sensing, as well as several other areas. Both theory and applications are covered from a perspective that combines both the statistical and the computer science aspects of the area.
Instructors: Sr. Research Scientist Wray Buntine, and
Complex Systems Computation Group
Course assistant: M.Sc. Teemu Roos
In addition to regular lectures the course involves project work. These pages will be updated during the course and the current schedule and topics are only tentative. Lectures take place at Lecture hall A320 at 10:15AM-1:00PM.