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Liu Peng
  • MEAP began March 2022
  • Publication in Spring 2023 (estimated)
  • ISBN 9781633439610
  • 275 pages (estimated)
  • printed in black & white
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This is excellent material for readers who like mathematical approaches with a good dose of current market capabilities.

Krzysztof Kamyczek
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Make your deep learning models more generalized and adaptable! These practical regularization techniques improve training efficiency and help avoid overfitting errors.

Regularization in Deep Learning includes:

  • Insights into model generalizability
  • A holistic overview of regularization techniques and strategies
  • Classical and modern views of generalization, including bias and variance tradeoff
  • When and where to use different regularization techniques
  • The background knowledge you need to understand cutting-edge research

Regularization in Deep Learning delivers practical techniques to help you build more general and adaptable deep learning models. It goes beyond basic techniques like data augmentation and explores strategies for architecture, objective function, and optimization. You’ll turn regularization theory into practice using PyTorch, following guided implementations that you can easily adapt and customize for your own model’s needs. Along the way, you’ll get just enough of the theory and mathematics behind regularization to understand the new research emerging in this important area.

about the technology

Deep learning models that generate highly accurate results on their training data can struggle with messy real-world test datasets. Regularization strategies help overcome these errors with techniques that help your models handle noisy data and changing requirements. By learning to tweak training data and loss functions, and employ other regularization approaches, you can ensure a model delivers excellent generalized performance and avoid overfitting errors.

about the book

Regularization in Deep Learning teaches you how to improve your model performance with a toolbox of regularization techniques. It covers both well-established regularization methods and groundbreaking modern approaches. Each technique is introduced using graphics, illustrations, and step-by-step coding walkthroughs that make complex math easy to follow.

You’ll learn how to augment your dataset with random noise, improve your model’s architecture, and apply regularization in your optimization procedures. You’ll soon be building focused deep learning models that avoid sprawling complexity and deliver more accurate results even with new or messy data sets.

about the reader

For data scientists, machine learning engineers, and researchers with basic model development experience.

about the author

Peng Liu is an experienced data scientist focusing on applied research and development of high-performance machine learning models in production. He holds a Ph.D. in statistics from the National University of Singapore, and teaches advanced analytics courses as an adjunct lecturer in universities. He specializes in the statistical aspects of deep learning.

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This book presents a deep dive into regularization that does justice to an under-appreciated technique, and presents it in the context of a larger discussion about optimizing machine and deep learning models.

Maureen Metzger

This book tackles a well-known problem among dedicated AI community that is not necessarily advertised by modern data platform suppliers.

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