Very Well Explained. Good content and great explanation of content. Complex topics are also covered in very easy way. Very Helpful for learning much more complex topics for Machine Learning in future.
Great course to develop some understanding and intuition about the basic concepts used in optimization. Last 2 weeks were a bit on a lower level of quality then the rest in my opinion but still great.
By Yana K•
Great course, very good introduction into calculus for ML. Great explanation of neural networks and math used for them. A bit tricky last 2 weeks.
By Saurav B•
An intuitive introduction to multivariate calculus and its applications in Machine Learning - the perfect course for a budding computer scientist.
By Max B•
I benefitted a lot from this course. I liked the fast pace and feel that I understand the math behind the machine learning algorithms better now.
By Mohamed R•
one of the best courses I have ever had.
thanks to instractors and Imperial College London
thanks so much for that specilization it helped me alot
By Aaron B•
Excellent class! I feel like I finally understand calculus after all the rote memorization I had in my high school and college calculus courses.
By Shaiman S•
Mr. Sam Cooer and Mr. David dye made things very simple to learn. However, inclusion of some more numerical methods can make this course ideal!
By balaji r•
That's some excellent course to take for! Awesome explanations for the concepts and I strongly recommend khan academy for further explanations.
By Amar n•
Just Brilliant!!! Very well structured with very clear assignments. Doing the assignments is a must if you want to get clarity on the subject.
By Mark J T•
The course is a very concise and excellent introduction to the calculus necessary. It answers a lot of questions with respect to optimization.
By Phạm N M H•
This is one of three course in Mathematics for ML, it'll give you intuition for understand the true meaning of ML/DL/AI , it's all about math
By Amartya M•
Quite a good overview int the concepts. Lucid explanation and good quizzes. Would recommend Khan Academy Multivariate calculus on top of it
By Julio G•
Great introduction into optimisation. Looking forward to continuing with the 3rd course. Thanks Imperial College for having this available.
By Roshan B•
An excellent review course for those who had not used calculus for a while. The derivation of the back propagation algorithm was excellent!
By Gopalan O•
Excellent course on multivariate calculus and application of calculus in Machine Learning. Loved the assignments and the programming ones.
Prof. Dye's presentation is so polished - the examples are exactly the type to help cover much ground, while building a strong intuition.
By Maged F Y A•
a very good explanation of the required calculus basics for machine learning. moreover, it opens the way for the wide optimization world.
By Yuchi C•
Very well structured and nicely explained. The assignments / quizzes are very helpful for deepening and strengthening the understanding.
By Mjesus S•
Muy adecuado si estamos interesados en introducirnos en el mundo de los algoritmos usados en inteligencia artificial y machine learning
By Kovendhan V•
This is a must course to be taken up for AIML enthusiasts. Will greatly help before listening to Andrew Ng in Machine Learning course.
By Jean P F M•
Great course!! It was challenging, but as any good challenge the reward is worth it. Thanks for the opportunity of learning with you!!
By Abhilash V•
Good short videos and have great some practical assignments in python.A good intro and can be a good refresher to calculus for you.
By Jeferson S•
This course, took me deeply to the machine learning world, besides that It built up a strong bases to keep studying machine learning.
By JUNXIANG Z•
As a physics graduate, this course serves a fresh up in calculus and optimisation, which is essential for studying machine learning.
By Krishna K K•
Great course for deep learning engineers,cover all the fundamentals of calculus required for learning machines.Thanks to Professors
By Grigoraș V•
The professors are great! Wish we had part of such enthusiasm all throughout high-school. I bet people would enjoy math a lot more.