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Introduction to information theory
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Introduction to information theory: Lecture 1 of a 12 course series on Information Theory, Pattern Recognition and Neural Networks. Please see
The course used to be a Part III Physics course, but is taught informally this year over a period of 3-6 months. Lectures will be given on Monday afternoons – the exact time of each lecture might vary (e.g., some Mondays might be canceled), so please consult talks.cam before each lecture (at least a week’s notice will be given).
All are welcome, and there will be time for questions during and after each lecture.
This talk is part of the Inference Group series.
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