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Machine learning

Supervised learning

Supervised machine learning creates a model that makes predictions based on indicators when there are also uncertainties. A supervised learning algorithm uses a known set of input data and known outputs for the data (the output) to train a model that makes informed predictions for the output of new input data. Use supervised learning when you have known data about the expenses that you want to predict.

Supervised learning uses classification and regression techniques to develop predictive models.

Classification techniques predict discrete outcomes - for example, whether an email is genuine or spam, or whether a tumor is cancerous or benign. Classification models classify input data into categories. Typical applications are medical imaging, speech recognition and credit scoring.

Use classification when your data can be tagged, categorized, or broken down into specific groups or classes. For example, handwriting recognition applications use a classification to recognize letters and numbers. In image processing and computer vision, unsupervised pattern recognition techniques are used for object recognition and image segmentation.

Common algorithms for performing the classification are Support Vector Machine (SVM), decision trees with boosting and bagging, k-Nearest-neighbor method, naive Bayesian classification, discriminant analysis, logistic regression and neural networks.

Regression techniques predict continuous outputs - for example temperature changes or fluctuations in energy demand. Typical applications are power load forecasting and algorithmic trading.

Use regression techniques when you are working with a range of data or when the output is a real number, such as temperature or the time to failure of a device.

Common regression algorithms are the linear model, the non-linear model, regularization, stepwise regression, decision trees with boosting and bagging, neural networks and adaptive neuro-fuzzy learning.