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Machine Learning I
Credit Spring 2021
01/19/2021 - 05/16/2021
9:00am - 10:45am
Any other time by appointment (send email to instructor)
8:00am - 8:45am
8:00am - 8:45am
Any other time by appointment (send email to instructor)
The Blackboard course access for this class will be available to students starting 01/19/2021 (First day of class).
Once the BB course for this class is available, students must complete "mandatory" orientation (found under "Course Orientation" module in BB) within first week of class (01/19/2021-01/24/2021) to be counted as "Attending" and to get access to all content material in this course (Competency modules, Assignments and Assessments).
Course Description: This course will introduce the student to terms and concepts related to artificial intelligence (AI), including augmented intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, neural networks, and natural language processing. The material will be presented using an application-oriented approach, focusing on the techniques and methods rather than on the statistics behind these methods. Python libraries will be used for implementing the Machine Learning models.
Pre-requisite: ITSE 1372
Credit Hours: 3
Course Rationale: This course is required as part of the Bachelor of Applied Science in Software Development degree. In this course we will implement programs capable of learning from data following the Machine Learning process: data preparation, model building, model evaluation, model optimization.
Instead of implementing our own version of each machine learning algorithms; we will be using the production-ready Python framework Scikit-Learn that implements many Machine Learning algorithms efficiently. It is assumed students have some Python programming experience and familiarity with Python’s main scientific libraries: NumPy, Pandas, and Matplotlib. Experience with Jupyter notebooks is also a plus. However if you are not familiar with all of these pre-requisites or just need a refresher , the Pre-requisite module in our BB course is a great place to start before you attempt any of the main competency modules for this class.
Instructional methodology: This course will be taught over the Internet. The course consists of video lectures, discussions, and project assignments that provide practical application of skills. All assignments, announcements, grades, and instructional materials will be available through the Blackboard class management system. Assessments will be administered via Blackboard.
Technology Support Services: In response to COVID-19-related campus closures, Austin Community College now provides free, secure drive-up WiFi to students and employees in the parking lots of all campus locations. WiFi can be accessed seven days a week, 7 am to 11 pm. Additional details are available at https://www.austincc.edu/coronavirus/drive-up-wifi
Students who submit the Student Technology Access Form and indicate they need help accessing their online learning environment to successfully complete their courses are eligible to check out an ACC iPad for use during the semester. You must be registered for a credit course, Adult Education, or Continuing Education course.
Hands-On Machine Learning with Scikit-Learn, Keras, and TensorFlow
Author: Aurélien Géron
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Student Learning Outcomes/Learning Objectives
By the end of this course, the student will be able to:
- Explain key principles of machine learning (ML).
- Compare and contrast machine learning paradigms and their applications.
- Implement end-to-end machine learning process using Python libraries.
- Evaluate quality of machine learning model by utilizing different performance metrics
- Compare differences in interpretability of learned models and impact of decisions arising from results.
In 1989, the U.S. Department of Labor education jointly surveyed U.S. employers to find out the most important skills and competencies needed by workers. The results of that survey identified SCANS (Secretaries Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills). These are skills that employers need the most from their workers. SCANS skills are the predictors of success in workplace. The following list summarizes the SCANS competencies addressed in this course:
1.1 Manages Time
2.2 Teaches Others: Helps others to learn
2.4 Exercises Leadership
2.6 Works with Cultural Diversity
3.1 Acquires and Evaluates Information
3.2 Organizes and Maintains Information
3.3 Uses Computers to Process Information
4.1 Understands Systems
4.2 Monitor and Corrects Performance
4.3 Improve and Designs Systems
5.1 Selects Technology
5.2 Applies Technology to Task
5.3 Maintains and Troubleshoots Technology
7.1. Creative Thinking
7.2 Decision Making
7.3 Problem Solving
7.4 Mental Visualization
7.5 Knowing How to Learn
For expanded definitions of the listed SCANS, please go to: www.academicinnovations.com/report.html
Grade will be assigned based both on concepts and their practical application. Exams, labs, quizzes, and project assignments will be part of this class grade. An overall grade will be assigned based on the following:
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90% - 100% = A
80% - 89% = B
70% - 79% = C
60% - 69% = D
0% - 59% = F
You are allowed 3 attempts in each Quiz and the final grade is the average of all attempts.
Every project assignment, quiz, and assessment are due at 11:59 PM on their corresponding due date (see the Course Schedule section in this document, and “Your Grades” or corresponding assignment link in Blackboard). Project assignments must be submitted through Blackboard. Instructor will not accept e-mailed submissions.
All project assignments are typically graded within one week after submission. Grades are recorded in Blackboard and may be accessed via the My Grades button.
There are NO makeup exams or extra credit assignments given in this course.
To get access to all content material in this class (Competency modules, Assignments, Quizzes, and Assessments), you must complete the requirements listed in the mandatory “Course Orientation” module in Blackboard. Course orientation must be completed during the first week of class.
Attendance / Class Participation
Students who do not complete mandatory “Course Orientation” module in BB) during the first week of class (01/19/2021-01/24/2021) will be withdrawn from the class and reported as “Never attended” and will be ineligible for financial aid.
Students are expected to regularly monitor their ACC email and this class Blackboard site to keep up with the course schedule.
Regular and timely class participation in discussions and completion of work is expected of all students. If attendance or compliance with other course policies is unsatisfactory, the instructor may withdraw students from the class.”
In the event classes are cancelled because of weather, pandemic, or other emergencies, the student is responsible for communicating with their professor during the closure and completing any assignments or other activities designated by their professor.
It is the responsibility of each student to ensure that his or her name is removed from the rolls should they decide to withdraw from the class. The instructor does, however, reserve the right to drop a student should he or she feel it is necessary. If a student decides to withdraw, he or she should also verify that the withdrawal is recorded before the Final Withdrawal Date. The Final Withdrawal Date for this semester is April, 26th, 2021. The student is also strongly encouraged to keep any paperwork in case a problem arises.
Students are responsible for understanding the impact that withdrawal from a course may have on their financial aid, veterans’ benefits, and international student status. Per state law, students enrolling for the first time in Fall 2007 or later at any public Texas college or university may not withdraw (receive a W) from more than six courses during their undergraduate college education. Some exemptions for good cause could allow a student to withdraw from a course without having it count toward this limit. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor when making decisions about course selection, course loads, and course withdrawals.
An incomplete (grade of "I") will only be given in Spring 2021 due to extenuating circumstances. What constitutes “extenuating circumstances” is left to the instructor’s discretion. If a grade of I is given, the remaining course work must be completed by a date set by the student and professor. This date may not be later than two weeks prior to the end of the Spring, 2021 semester. A grade of I also requires:
- Student must have earned at least half of the grade points needed for a “C” by the end of the semester.
- Completion and submission of the Incomplete Grade form, to be signed by the faculty member (and student if possible) and submitted to the department chair.
Students may request an Incomplete from their faculty member if they believe circumstances warrant. The faculty member will determine whether the Incomplete is appropriate to award or not. The following processes must be followed when awarding a student an I grade.
- Prior to the end of the semester in which the “I” is to be awarded, the student must meet with the instructor to determine the assignments and exams that must be completed prior to the deadline date. This meeting can occur virtually or in person. The instructor should complete the Report of Incomplete Grade form.
- The faculty member will complete the form, including all requirements to complete the course and the due date, sign (by typing in name) and then email it to the student. The student will then complete his/her section, sign (by typing in name), and return the completed form to the faculty member to complete the agreement. A copy of the fully completed form can then be emailed by the faculty member to the student and the department chair for each grade of Incomplete that the faculty member submits at the end of the semester.
- The student must complete all remaining work by the date specified on the form above. This date is determined by the instructor in collaboration with the student, but it may not be later than the final withdrawal deadline in the subsequent long semester.
- Students will retain access to the course Blackboard page through the subsequent semester to submit work and complete the course. Students will be able to log on to Blackboard and have access to the course section materials, assignments, and grades from the course and semester in which the Incomplete was awarded.
- When the student completes the required work by the Incomplete deadline, the instructor will submit an electronic Grade Change Form to change the student’s performance grade from an “I” to the earned grade of A, B, C, D, or F.
If an Incomplete is not resolved by the deadline, the grade automatically converts to an “F.” Approval to carry an Incomplete for longer than the following semester or session deadline is not frequently granted.
Students should ONLY use their ACC email student account (email ending in g.austincc.edu) or ACC online Blackboard email system when communicating with instructor.
All course material, announcements, changes to course schedule/assignments and grades will be posted on Blackboard. Students are expected to check both Blackboard and their ACC email accounts on a regular basis (at least twice a week). Student emails from non-ACC accounts will not be acknowledged.
When emailing instructor, you must include your course id (COSC3380) in the “Subject” field (e.g., COSC3380 need help with project 1)
Students are also encouraged to take advantage of Discussion board forums, and FAQ module in Blackboard. In the Q&A forum, you can post questions and comments of general interest so that everyone can benefit from the discussion.
Other questions, such as questions about your grades, should be sent directly to the instructor. Students are encouraged to ask questions. The instructor knows that some material may be difficult to grasp at times and will be glad to give additional examples or one-to-one assistance when asked.
You must have access to a computer with Internet connection.
Instead of implementing our own version of each machine learning algorithms; we will be using the production-ready Python framework Scikit-Learn that implements many Machine Learning algorithms efficiently.
You will need to have Python installed and the following Python modules: Jupyter, NumPy, Pandas, Matplotlib, and Scikit-Learn. There are many ways to install them (and their dependencies). Please refer to “Simulation Environment” module (under RESOURCES section, menu on the left) in Blackboard.
In this course students can pace themselves to work at an accelerated pace. The lab assignments can be turned in earlier than the due dates listed in the schedule but not later than scheduled.
Students are expected to keep up with the schedule of the class and demonstrate progress as they engage in each of the weekly material/resources outlined for this course. Each new concept builds on previous concepts and regular progress through the material is crucial to success on exams and assignments.
If an assignment is taking longer than expected to complete and you are struggling, reach out to instructor for guidance. You are not alone! Time is valuable and critical! Use it wisely!
It is going to be difficult to catch up if you fall behind. If you feel you are falling behind, reach out to instructor PROMPTLY, to find ways to get you back on track. If you wait, the only viable option is likely to be dropping or withdrawing from the class.
Students are expected to complete lab assignments and a final project to get experience and practice with the concepts and techniques covered in the course.
Adequate amount of time needs to be set to complete lab assignments and to not get behind. You will need at least 3 hours per practical assignment and 3 hours per competency assessment. If an assignment is taking longer than expected to complete and you are struggling, reach out to instructor for guidance. You are not alone! Time is valuable and critical! Use it wisely!
Quizzes are available for each competency module to help you validate your own understanding in the corresponding topics under study for that module.
The Capstone Project assignment is a mandatory assignment. Failure to submit the Capstone Project will cause a drop on your final course grade by a letter grade. Detailed information about Final Project can be found under “Capstone Competency” module in this class Blackboard site.
Assessments will cover material from the textbook and material shared under the corresponding competency modules in this class Blackboard site.
All assessments will be administered via Blackboard. Each assessment due date (last day exam available in Blackboard) is posted in the Course Schedule section in this document and in Blackboard (“Course Information” module). Failing to take any of the assessments will lead to a grade of 0 in the corresponding assessment which may jeopardize successful completion of this course.
Every assessment availability has been set-up with the following Blackboard “Adaptive release” rule:
“User has at least one attempt for this item. An attempt is recorded in the Grade Center when the user submits the Assignment, or when a grade is entered or edited (even if 0 grade)”
For the Assessments “this item” refers to project assignments related to that competency AND the corresponding previous competency Assessment:
Orientation Quiz AND Competency1_Project
Competency1_Assessment AND Competency2_Project1 AND Competency2_Project2
Competency2_Project3 AND Competency2_Assessment AND Competency3_Project1
Competency3_Project2 AND Competency3_Assessment AND Competency4_Project1
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- The Fundamentals of Machine Learning
- Machine Learning Workflow
- Data Preparation
- Feature Engineering
- Building Learning models
- Evaluating Learning Models
Week 2 – Week 4
Competency 1: Explain fundamental concepts of Machine Learning (ML)
Chapter 1 (Textbook)
Competency1 Lecture Notes
Competency 1 Assessment
Week 5 – Week 7
Competency 2: Explain the importance of data preparation and feature engineering in the machine learning process
Chapters 1-2 (Textbook)
Competency2 Lecture Notes
Competency 2 Assessment
Week 8 - Week 10
Competency 3: Analyze different Machine Learning paradigms for building models
Chapters 3,6, and 9 (Textbook) Competency3 Lecture Notes
Competency 3 Assessment
Week 11 – Week 13
Competency 4: Evaluate the predictive performance of machine learning models
Chapters 7-8 (Textbook)
Competency4 Lecture Notes
Capstone Competency: Capstone Project
Competency 4 Assessment
Week 14 – Week 16
Capstone Competency: Capstone Project