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### 5 Free Online EBooks To Read Before Getting Into Machine Learning Career

**A carefully-curated list of 5 free ebooks to help you better understand the various aspects of what machine learning, and skills necessary for a career in the field.**

The book has wide coverage of probabilistic machine learning, including discrete graphical models, Markov decision processes, latent variable models, Gaussian process, stochastic and deterministic inference, among others. The material is excellent for advanced undergraduate or introductory graduate course in graphical models, or probabilistic machine learning. The exposition throughout the book uses numerous diagrams and examples, and the book comes with an extensive software toolbox...

The Deep Learning textbook is a resource intended to help students and practitioners enter the field of machine learning in general and deep learning in particular. The online version of the book is now complete and will remain available online for free. The print version will be available for sale soon.

One of these target audiences is university students(undergraduate or graduate) learning about machine learning, including those who are beginning a career in deep learning and artiļ¬?cial intelligence research. The other target audience is software engineers who do not have a machine learning or statistics background, but want to rapidly acquire one and begin using deep learning in their product or platform.

The book starts with examples and intuitive introduction and definition of reinforcement learning. It follows with 3 chapters on the 3 fundamental approaches to reinforcement learning: Dynamic programming, Monte Carlo and Temporal Difference methods. Subsequent chapters build on these methods to generalize to a whole spectrum of solutions and algorithms.

The book is very readable by average computer students. Possibly the only difficult one is chapter 8, which deals with some neural network concepts.