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  • robbasilona 7:34 am on May 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply  


    Share your thoughts on the following questions:

    • Which topic/s in class made an impact to you? Why?
      • Anything related to matrices – it basically gave me an avenue to see that realistic things could be represented in matrices, or numbers in general.
    • If you can summarize this course in one word or sentence, what would it be?
      • Comeback
    • What would be your parting message to the class?
      • IT WAS FUN. Number are fun. Thank you, Sir Paul!!!! 😀
  • robbasilona 8:37 am on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

    Machine Learning and Data Mining

    “Laplace Transforms could be used to determine the prediction and analyze the step of knowledge in databases”

    In general, Laplace Transforms could be used for trend finding and data-fitting in Machine Learning. Given that this field of CS deals with huge chunks of data, the usage of transforms is helpful for selective filtering and data-fitting. Furthermore, trend finding helps speed up the process.

  • robbasilona 9:03 am on February 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply


    • Give a useful application of symmetry in real-life. Symmetry is present everywhere. Imagine looking at the mirror. If we were to define the mirror as an axis of symmetry, you are symmetric with respect to your reflection. The same way works with anything that reflects. 😉 sana yung love ko mareflect din
  • robbasilona 8:55 am on February 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply


    • In what other ways can we use vectors? We can use it in making real-world stuff. In fact, 3D models of infrastructures, products, and even equipment are done by companies in terms of design prototyping
    • Give one sample application and describe/illustrate how the vector can be used. A sample application of vectors that are very popular right now is 3D printing. 3D printers use vectors in creation of the computer generated image of the product because it makes it possible to scale the printing to a bigger and/or smaller size than the original design.
  • robbasilona 8:45 am on February 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply


    • What’s your name? John Robert B. Basiloña, Rob for short
    • What were your thoughts when you enrolled in this course? MUST G R A D U A T E
    • How comfortable are you with math? May mga bagay na kailangan mong mahalin kaakibat ng pagmamahal mo sa ibang bagay.
    • What’s your dominant feeling right now? Sakto lang.
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