# Solving The Size Curve Problem - Ordering The Optimal Distribution Of Inventory By Variant

Introduction I recently interviewed with a startup that’s tackling the inventory demand forecasting problem, whereby retailers have to forecast the future demand for their products, so they know how much inventory to purchase today. During the interview, I got asked a question that would consume me for the following week. “How would you approach the size curve problem?” That problem goes like this.. The Size Curve Problem Most retailers sell a catalog of products, where each product has a collection of variants.

# Neural Networks For Your Dog

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# Neural Networks For Your Dog - 1.1 Introduction

1.1 Introduction Hey, thanks for checking out my course - Neural Networks For Your Dog, so easy your dog could learn them! Course Curriculum (See the code on GitHub) Introduction 1.1 Introduction Perceptron 2.1 MNIST Dataset 2.2 Perceptron Model 2.3 Perceptron Learning Algorithm 2.4 Pocket Algorithm 2.5 Multiclass Support 2.6 Perceptron To Neural Network Neural Network 3.1 Simple Images 3.2 Random Weights 3.3 Gradient Descent 3.4 Multiclass Support

# Neural Networks For Your Dog - 2.1 MNIST Dataset

2.1 MNIST Dataset In this lecture, we’ll check out the MNIST dataset - a dataset of handwritten digits - which we’ll use to motivate our construction of an image classification neural network model. Code Course Curriculum (See the code on GitHub) Introduction 1.1 Introduction Perceptron 2.1 MNIST Dataset 2.2 Perceptron Model 2.3 Perceptron Learning Algorithm 2.4 Pocket Algorithm 2.5 Multiclass Support 2.6 Perceptron To Neural Network Neural Network

# Neural Networks For Your Dog - 2.2 Perceptron Model

2.2 Perceptron Model In this lecture, we’ll discuss and code up a Perceptron - a linear binary classifier created by Frank Rosenblatt in 1958. Code Course Curriculum (See the code on GitHub) Introduction 1.1 Introduction Perceptron 2.1 MNIST Dataset 2.2 Perceptron Model 2.3 Perceptron Learning Algorithm 2.4 Pocket Algorithm 2.5 Multiclass Support 2.6 Perceptron To Neural Network Neural Network 3.1 Simple Images 3.2 Random Weights

# Neural Networks For Your Dog - 2.3 Perceptron Learning Algorithm

2.3 Perceptron Learning Algorithm In this lecture, we discuss and code up the classical Perceptron learning algorithm. Code Course Curriculum (See the code on GitHub) Introduction 1.1 Introduction Perceptron 2.1 MNIST Dataset 2.2 Perceptron Model 2.3 Perceptron Learning Algorithm 2.4 Pocket Algorithm 2.5 Multiclass Support 2.6 Perceptron To Neural Network Neural Network 3.1 Simple Images 3.2 Random Weights 3.3 Gradient Descent 3.4 Multiclass Support