Three Concepts: Probability, Course at the Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki
This course is part of the "Three concepts" series, and provides an introduction to issues in probability theory from a computer scientist's perspective. Many of the research issues in Artificial Intelligence, Computational Intelligence and Data Mining can be actually viewed as topics in the "science of uncertainty," which addresses the problem of optimal processing of incomplete information, i.e., plausible inference.
Course instructor: Professor Petri
Course assistant: Tommi Mononen
The course involves project work and part of it uses the Bayesian modeling tool B-Course. These pages are frequently updated and in the current schedule the topics are only tentative.
IMPORTANT: This year the lectures will be given IN FINNISH, although all the material is in English. Non-Finnish speaking students: if you wish to try to pass the course without attending the lectures, please contact the course instructor.
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