## online service tools

Online n-gram services:

## Organization of Research Papers

Bibliographic online tools and services:

Video tutoroials

## MATLAB Resources for Machine Learning

At the MATLAB command line, typing help followed by a function name displays documentation for a built-in function. For example, help plot will bring up help information for plotting. Further documentation can be found at the MATLAB documentation pages.

MathWorks also has a series of videos about various MATLAB features:

### Introduction to MATLAB

 Learning Module Learning Goals What is MATLAB? Introduce MATLAB The MATLAB Environment Navigate the command line, workspace, directory, and editor MATLAB Variables Use the assignment operator to define scalar variables MATLAB as a Calculator Perform arithmetic calculations with scalars and functions using MATLAB syntax and order of operations. Mathematical Functions Use MATLAB variables for input and output to functions. Examples include: COS, SIN, EXP, and NTHROOT.

### Vectors

 Learning Module Learning Goals Creating Vectors via Concatenation Create vectors by entering individual elements Accessing Elements of a Vector Access specific elements of a vector Vector Arithmetic Perform arithmetic calculations with vectors including element-wise operations Vector Transpose Use the transpose operator to convert between row and column vectors Creating Uniformly Spaced Vectors (The Colon Operator) Use the colon operator syntax to create vectors given the starting and ending values and the size of the interval Creating Uniformly Spaced Vectors (The LINSPACE Function) Use the LINSPACE function to create a vector.

### Visualization

 Learning Module Learning Goals Line Plots Create a line plot of a vector and customize plot markers and colors Annotating Graphs Label axes, add a title, and add a legend to a plot

### Matrices and Arrays

 Learning Module Learning Goals Creating Matrices Create matrices by directly entering scalars Array Creation Functions Create larger matrices and vectors with built in MATLAB functions such as ZEROS and EYE Accessing Elements of and Array Access elements of an array including entire columns or rows using row-column indexing. Array Size and Length Use built-in functions to determine array dimensions Concatenating Arrays Build larger arrays from smaller ones Matrix Multiplication Perform matrix multiplication and interpret error messages related to incompatible dimensions.

### Programming

 Learning Module Learning Goals Using the MATLAB Editor Write a script in the MATLAB Editor, break code into sections to execute, and find help on functions Logical Operators Use relational and logical operators to create logical variables for program control Conditional Data Selection Access and change elements for a vector the meet a specified criteria If-Else Statements Use if-else statements to control which lines of code are evaluated For Loops Repeat a sequence of commands a specified number of times While Loops Repeat a sequence of commands while a specified condition is true
Note: all the above information is duplicated from standford machine learning course on Coursera.

A deadlock situation can arise if all of the following four conditions hold simultaneously in a system:

1. Mutual exclusion:
at least one resource must be held in a non-shareable mode. Only one process can use the resource at any given instant of time.
2. Hold and wait or resource holding:
a process is currently holding at least one resource and requesting additional resources which are being held by other processes.
3. No preemption:
a resource can be released only voluntarily by the process holding it.
4. Circular wait:
a process must be waiting for a resource which is being held by another process, which in turn is waiting for the first process to release the resource. In general, there is a set of waiting processes, P = {P1, P2, …, PN}, such that P1 is waiting for a resource held by P2, P2 is waiting for a resource held by P3 and so on until PN is waiting for a resource held by P1.

These four conditions are known as the Coffman conditions from their first description in a 1971 article by Edward G. Coffman, Jr. Unfulfillment of any of these conditions is enough to preclude a deadlock from occurring.

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## neural networks

Online resources relating to neural networks :