Future Trends in Machine Learning Revealed in New Book
ECE Co-authors Prof Manel Martinez-Ramon and Prof Christos Christodoulou announced that their book "Machine Learning Applications in Electromagnetics and Antenna Array Processing" will be released at the end of next month (April 2021).
Machine learning (ML) has seen a meteoric rise in research and applications in the past decade owing to the increased computation prowess of modern computers and a vast amount of information captured about various aspects of work and life.
This book provides a comprehensive overview of state-of-the-art machine learning approaches for a range of disciplines in signal processing, communications, and electromagnetics.
Readers will find detailed explanations and relevant examples of the underpinnings of ML principles and common ML architectures such as support vector machines, Gaussian processes, and nonlinear kernels, and deep learning architectures such as multilayered perceptrons, convolutional neural networks, recurrent neural network, long short-term memory, and autoencoders.
Once the trends and methods in ML are established, the book dives into some of the major applications of these methods in signal processing and electromagnetics.
Detailed applications of the algorithms for solving a variety of problems are explored, including antenna array beamforming, angle-of-arrival detection, computational electromagnetics, antenna optimization, and reconfigurable antennas for cognitive radio using machine learning and computer vision. The most recent research methods and algorithms are presented.
Machine Learning Applications in Electromagnetics and Antenna Array Processing is available now from Artech House, a leading publisher of books for professionals in high-technology industries.