Hello! I'm Jack, a second-year Computer Science and Math student at University of California, San Diego. I will be a tutor for CSE 20 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics here at UCSD during the Spring 2021 quarter. My resume is via here.
My academic interests lie in Probability (especially in Markov Chain, Tail Bounds, and Limit Theorems), Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning (yes, Hidden Markov Model).
Here you'll be able to check out a few things that I've been up to during my time as a student here at UC San Diego and whatever I come up with during my free time.
Life is like a Markov chain, your future only depends on what you are doing now, and independent of your past.
My notes is available here. If you find any theoretical mistake, feel free to contact me via yanggangjack@gmail.com.
My notes is available here. If you find any theoretical mistake, feel free to contact me via yanggangjack@gmail.com.
My notes is available here. If you find any theoretical mistake, feel free to contact me via yanggangjack@gmail.com.
September 2020
The most famous competition over the Kaggle. In this repository, I presented my thought on data handling, data cleaning, and data exploring. For data analysis, I used Decision Tree to predict the survival of rest of the travelers.
Python3
Numpy
Pandas
Matplotlib
Scikit-learn
Last quarter (Fall 2020), I am in Professor Ery Arias-Castro's Directed Reading Program (Math 199 at UCSD). I will give biweekly presentations (talks) in the group meeting.
Fall 2020: CSE 8A Introduction to Programming and Computational Problem Solving 1, with Adalbert Gerald. These are my duties.