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VS298: Subjectivity

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Course description

This course is on subjectivity....blah blah blah

This is a new course...

Instructors

Stan Klein

  • Email: sklein@berkeley.edu
  • Office: Minor
  • Office hours: immediately following lecture

Lectures

  • Location: 560 Evans (Redwood Center conference room)
  • Times: Thursday - 2:00

Enrollment information

  • Open to both undergraduate and graduate students, subject to background requirements specified below.
  • Telebears: {CCN, Section, Units, Grade Option} == {xx, xx, xx, xx}

Email list and forum

  • Please subscribe to the class email list here. The list name is xxx.

Grading

Based on....

Required background

Prerequisites are ...

Reading

  • [HKP] Hertz, J. and Krogh, A. and Palmer, R.G. Introduction to the theory of neural computation. Amazon
  • [DJCM] MacKay, D.J.C. Information Theory, Inference and Learning Algorithms. Available online or Amazon
  • [DA] Dayan, P. and Abbott, L.F. Theoretical neuroscience: computational and mathematical modeling of neural systems. Amazon

HKP and DA are available as paperback. Additional reading, such as primary source material, will be suggested on a lecture by lecture basis.

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