Machine learning, Advanced Statistics

Machine learning is a term which literally means the ability of a machine to recognize patterns which have occurred repetitively and to improve its performance based on the past experience. In essence this reduces to the study of computer algorithms improve automatically through experience. The computer program is said to learn from the past experience E with respect to some class of tasks T and performance gauge P, if its performance at tasks in T, as measured by P, gets improves with experience E. Machine learning is inherently a multidisciplinary field by making use of results and techniques from probability and statistics, information theory , computational complexity theory etc; it is closely related to the pattern recognition and artificial intelligence and is broadly used in modern data mining. 

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