**Foundations of Machine Learning**

by M. Mohri, A. Rostamizadeh, A. Talwalkar

**Publisher**: The MIT Press 2018**ISBN-13**: 9780262039406**Number of pages**: 504

**Description**:

This book is a general introduction to machine learning that can serve as a textbook for graduate students and a reference for researchers. It covers fundamental modern topics in machine learning while providing the theoretical basis and conceptual tools needed for the discussion and justification of algorithms. It also describes several key aspects of the application of these algorithms.

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