- The general scope of the project is to develop new or use existing machine learning appoaches to solve an interesting problem in biology or medicine.
- Project proposal
- Write two-page proposal on the final project. In the proposal, specify:
- Team members.
- The problem you plan to work on.
- Background and significance of the problem.
- Proposed method
Please use the following template
to write your project proposal. Submit the proposal in PDF format.
Please use the following final project report template
to write your final project report.
Submit the reprot in PDF format.
- Some resources for project ideas
Textbooks (not required)
- Homework: You may discuss each assignment with others, but are
required to code and write up each assignment independently.
- Late homework policy: If you get a note from the Student's Office
(personal problems) or infirmary (medical problems) requesting
a postponement, it will be honored. Otherwise, late homework
will not be accepted.
We will be using Piazza for class discussion. The system is highly catered to getting you help fast and efficiently from classmates and myself. Rather than emailing questions to me, I encourage you to post your questions on Piazza. If you have any problems or feedback for the developers, email email@example.com.
- Machine learning by Kevin P. Murphy
- Deep Learning by Goodfellow, Bengio and Courville
Find our class page at: https://piazza.com/uci/fall2019/cs184a/home
For assignments you are allowed to discuss the assignments verbally with other class members, but you are not allowed to look at or to copy anyone else's written solutions or code. All problem solutions and code submitted must be material you have personally written during this quarter, except for any standard library or utility functions.
For class projects all reports submitted must be written by you or members of your project team. Code generated for class projects can be a combination of code written by team members and publicly-available code. You should clearly indicate in your reports and in your code documentation which parts of your code was written by you or your team and which parts of your code was written by others.
Academic honesty is a requirement for passing this class. Any student who compromises the academic integrity of this course is subject to a failing grade. The work you submit must be your own. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to copying answers from another student, allowing another student to copy your answers, communicating exam answers to other students during an exam, attempting to use notes or other aids during an exam, or tampering with an exam after it has been corrected and then returning it for more credit. If you do so, you will be in violation of the UCI Policies on Academic Honesty (see link). It is your responsibility to read and understand these policies. Note that any instance of academic dishonesty will be reported to the Academic Integrity Administrative Office for disciplinary action and may be cause for a failing grade in the course.