Discuss the advantages of rule-based learners over decision trees, when the amount of data is limited.

1.       Discuss the advantages of rule-based learners over decision trees, when the amount of data is limited.

2.       Discuss how one might integrate domain knowledge with rule-based learners.

3.       The bias variable is often addressed in least-squares classification and regression by adding an additional column of 1s to the data. Discuss the differences with the use of an explicit bias term when regularized forms of the model are used.

4.       Write the optimization formulation for least-squares regression of the form y = W · X + b with a bias term b. Do not use regularization. Show that the optimal value of the bias term b always evaluates to 0 when the data matrix D and response variable vector y are both mean-centered.

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Suggest a modification of the binary search algorithm that emulates this strategy for a list of names.

1. Suppose that a list contains the values 20 44 48 55 62 66 74 88 93 99 at index positions 0 through 9. Trace the values of the variables….

Explain why insertion sort works well on partially sorted lists.

1. Which configuration of data in a list causes the smallest number of exchanges in a selection sort? Which configuration of data causes the largest number of exchanges? 2. Explain….

Draw a class diagram that shows the relationships among the classes in this new version of the system

Jack decides to rework the banking system, which already includes the classes BankView, Bank, SavingsAccount, and RestrictedSavingsAccount. He wants to add another class for checking accounts. He sees that savings….