Whoso neglects learning in his youth, loses the past and is dead for the future.– Euripides (484 BC – 406 BC), Phrixus, Frag. 927
Learning is the ability of an agent to improve its behavior based on experience. This could mean the following:
The ability to learn is essential to any intelligent agent. As Euripides pointed, learning involves an agent remembering its past in a way that is useful for its future.
This chapter considers supervised learning: given a set of training examples made up of input–output pairs, predict ...