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End-to-end learning is a process in which the machine uses previously gained input, in order correctly tackle its current situation. This process can be separated into two major parts. First of those parts being "training", in which the machine records what types of inputs does the human operator uses in what sort of situations. Based on this input than the machine can act accordingly in the execution. <ref>https://computersciencewiki.org/images/a/ab/2018_case_study.pdf</ref>
 
End-to-end learning is a process in which the machine uses previously gained input, in order correctly tackle its current situation. This process can be separated into two major parts. First of those parts being "training", in which the machine records what types of inputs does the human operator uses in what sort of situations. Based on this input than the machine can act accordingly in the execution. <ref>https://computersciencewiki.org/images/a/ab/2018_case_study.pdf</ref>
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== How does it work or a deeper look ==
 
== How does it work or a deeper look ==
  
* If you are discussing a THING YOU CAN TOUCH, you must explain how it works, and the parts it is made of. Google around for an "exploded technical diagram" of your thing, [http://cdiok.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/MRI-Technology.jpg maybe like this example of an MRI]  It is likely you will reference outside links. Please attribute your work.
 
 
* If you are discussing a PROCESS OR ABSTRACT CONCEPT (like [[fuzzy logic]]) you must deeply explain how it works.
 
* If you are discussing a PROCESS OR ABSTRACT CONCEPT (like [[fuzzy logic]]) you must deeply explain how it works.
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As mentioned in the introductiuo
  
 
== Examples ==  
 
== Examples ==  
  
 
Please include some example of how your concept is actually used. Your example must include WHERE it is used, and WHAT IS BENEFIT of it being used.
 
Please include some example of how your concept is actually used. Your example must include WHERE it is used, and WHAT IS BENEFIT of it being used.
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Autonomous Cars
  
 
== Pictures, diagrams ==
 
== Pictures, diagrams ==

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Case study notes[1]

Introduction[edit]

Please write a clear, concise description of your topic here.You will likely reference your introduction from somewhere else. Please use the following syntax at the end of each of your ideas. IT IS CRITICAL YOU ATTRIBUTE others work. Your introduction should be factual. No more than 3 or 4 sentences, please. Because you are not an expert in your topic, I expect you to triangulate your information. LOTS OF LINK TO OTHER RESOURCES PLEASE!


End-to-end learning is a process in which the machine uses previously gained input, in order correctly tackle its current situation. This process can be separated into two major parts. First of those parts being "training", in which the machine records what types of inputs does the human operator uses in what sort of situations. Based on this input than the machine can act accordingly in the execution. [2]


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How does it work or a deeper look[edit]

  • If you are discussing a PROCESS OR ABSTRACT CONCEPT (like fuzzy logic) you must deeply explain how it works.

As mentioned in the introductiuo

Examples[edit]

Please include some example of how your concept is actually used. Your example must include WHERE it is used, and WHAT IS BENEFIT of it being used.

Autonomous Cars

Pictures, diagrams[edit]

Pictures and diagrams go a LONG way to helping someone understand a topic. Especially if your topic is a little abstract or complex. Using a picture or diagram is a two part process:

  1. upload a file
  2. use the file on a wiki page

External links[edit]

  • It would be helpful
  • to include many links
  • to other internet resources
  • to help fellow students
  • Please make sure the content is good
  • and don't link to a google search results, please

References[edit]