Tuesday July 30th, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. Reza Dibaj, Chair of Magnetics Chapter in the IEEE Toronto Section, will be presenting “IEEE Toronto Centennial Workshop: Distributed Machine Learning, The Second Step”.
Day & Time: Tuesday July 30th, 2019
2:30 p.m. ‐ 3:30 p.m.
Speaker: Reza Dibaj
Chair of Magnetics Chapter, IEEE Toronto Section
Organizers: Magnetics Chapter, IEEE Toronto Centennial College Chapter, WIE IEEE Toronto
Location: Room B3-09
Centennial College, Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave., Toronto, Ontario, M1G 3T8
Contact: Reza Dibaj
Abstract: At the beginning of the workshop, we quickly recap what we did in the previous session and knowing more about the definition of good features in our datasets. To continue our journey that we have started in the previous workshop, we will dive deeper into ML by applying our Decision Tree algorithm on a classical iris dataset. We will thoroughly practice training and testing data, using a step-by-step hands-on. Finally, we will use visualization tools to show what is happening under the hood in a decision tree and how it works as one of the most interpretable algorithms in ML.