Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Kleinberg class today was extra good today. It was a great explanation of spectral clustering --- what I sort of understood from Bar-Joseph and Moore's machine learning class I know understand much better. Much like the whole topic of generating functions, it's attractive partly because it's so mysteriously effective. It's the kind of mystery that suggests there may be some very nice theorems left to be proven.
Tags: generating functions, kleinberg, math

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