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What is Machine Learning Algorithms

Handbook of Research on AI and Machine Learning Applications in Customer Support and Analytics
Refers to a set of statistical models and techniques that enable computers to learn from data, identify patterns, and make predictions without being explicitly programmed.
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Restaurant Sales Prediction Using Machine Learning
S M Nazmuz Sakib (International MBA Institute, School of Business and Trade, Dhaka International University, Bangladesh)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-7105-0.ch011
In general, the revenue forecast, offer information, and the weather gauge setting will record an accurate estimate of any restaurant's future revenue. The turnover is significantly focused on the need of the customers. Either way, the performance has transformed over the past couple of years with the presentation of huge amounts of information and calculations during the time taken to gain the upper hand. It is fundamental to learn and understand the importance of the information that will be used in any business process. Again, climate forecasting can be done alongside business expectations with the organization.
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Using Data Mining Techniques to Predict Obstetric Fistula in Tanzania: A Case of CCBRT
Is a process or sets of procedures that helps a model adaptation to the data given for an object. An ML algorithm normally specifies the way of data that transform from input to output and how the model learns the appropriate mapping from input to output.
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Integrating Big Data Analytics Into Retail Services Marketing Management: The Case of a Large Shopping Center in London, UK
A set of tools that classifying a large amount of data can predict different dynamics in several areas of interest through several methods and tools such as object representation, optimization processes (Bayesian theorem), and neural networks. These tools aim to reduce the complexity of the data while searching for hidden patterns. To this end, these algorithms perform a basic cognitive function of the development of human cognition as learning through experience. In other words, starting from the identification of a certain “law” on the scattered data, these algorithms create categories, similarly to the evolutionary processes occurring in childhood for the development of conceptual categories. This process allows the learning system to recognize the input data that belonging to a certain category.
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Datafied Modelling of Self-Disclosure in Online Health Communication
Pre-programmed algorithms receive and analyse input data to predict output values that are within an acceptable range. These algorithms learn and optimise their operations as new data is added, improving performance, and developing intelligence over time. Algorithms are a set of rules that a computer follows to accomplish a specific goal procedure for solving.
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