Christopher Bishop’s Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning

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2 reviews for Christopher Bishop’s Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning

  1. oldrich

    1. The book is mainly about Bayesian approach. And many important techniques are missing. This is the biggest problem I think.
    2. “Inconsistent difficulty”, too much time spent on simple things and very short time spent on complicated stuff.
    3. Lack of techniques demonstration on real world problems.

  2. dhanya jothimani

    Recommended for understanding the Bayesian perspective of Machine Learning algorithms but it doesn’t give a comparative analysis with Frequentist approach. Good for learning the (theoretical or ) mathematical aspects of algorithms and their graphical representation. Focus on real world applications missing.
    P.S.: Used for teaching Bayesian Statistics and Machine Learning course for graduate students

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