(I will try to post notes here right before lecture.)

This concise review of linear algebra summarizes some of the background needed for the course.

See also some notes on basic matrix-vector manipulations.

Notes 01, Introduction

**I. Vector spaces and linear representations
**Notes 02, first look at linear representations

Notes 03, linear vector spaces

Notes 04, norms and inner products

(see also the auxiliary primer on analysis)

Notes 05, linear approximation

Notes 06, orthobases

Notes 07, non-orthogonal bases

**II. Regression using Least Squares**

Notes 08, regression, the least-squares problem, regularization

(see also the MATLAB script regression_examples.m)

Notes 09, least squares in Hilbert space

Notes 10, reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces

Notes 11, kernel models, Mercer’s theorem

**III. Solving and analyzing least squares problems**

Notes 12, symmetric systems and eigenvalue decompositions

Notes 13, the singular value decomposition

Notes 14, stable least squares

(** optional) Notes 15, matrix factorization

Notes 16, gradient descent and conjugate gradients for least squares

**IV. Statistical Estimation and Classification**

Notes 17, review of central concepts in probability

Notes 18, Gaussian estimation

Notes 19, maximum likelihood estimation

Notes 20, consistency, efficiency, and the Cramer Rao bound

Notes 21, Bayesian estimation

Notes 22, the Bayes classifier and nearest neighbor

Notes 23, empirical risk minimization

Notes 24, logistic regression