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ELEC3612: Pattern Recognition and Machine Intelligence

This unit provides a hands-on pattern recognition and machine learning course, towards solving the practical problems in computer vision and signal processing. The content of the unit is organized in a task-oriented way, including feature extraction and selection, classification, regression, outlier detection, sparse representation and dictionary learning, etc. The fundamentals of pattern recognition algorithms, such as PCA, LDA, support vector machine, ensemble, random forest, kernel methods, graphical models, etc., are delivered in the context of computer vision (such as image and video) and signal processing (such as audio, optical, and wireless signals) applications. In addition to mathematical foundations, this unit gives the students hands-on training about how to program these algorithms using python packages.

Code ELEC3612
Academic unit Electrical and Information Engineering
Credit points 6
MATH1002 or MATH1005
Assumed knowledge:
1st year mathematics and 1st year Software Engineering/Electrical Engineering. Linear Algebra, Basic Programming skill

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Understand the principles, algorithms, and model evaluation in pattern recognition and machine learning
  • LO2. Apply pattern recognition and machine learning methods to solving the practical problems in computer vision and signal processing
  • LO3. Master python programming for pattern recognition and gain hands-on experience
  • LO4. Learn to report results in professional manner
  • LO5. Develop some basic teamwork and project management skills through a group project

Unit outlines

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