
In this blog, we will summarize the latex code for most popular machine learning equations, including multiple distance measures, generative models, etc. There are various distance measurements of different data distribution, including KLDivergence, JSDivergence, Wasserstein Distance(Optimal Transport), Maximum Mean Discrepancy(MMD) and so on. We will provide the latex code for machine learning models in the following sections. We will also provide latex code of Generative Adversarial Networks(GAN), Variational AutoEncoder(VAE), Diffusion Models(DDPM) for generative models in the second section.
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In this blog, we will summarize the latex code of most fundamental equations of transfer learning(TL). Different from multitask learning, transfer learning models aims to achieve the best performance on target domain (minimized target domain test errors), not the performance of source domain. Typical transfer learning methods including domain adaptation(DA), feature subspace alignment, etc. In this post, we will dicuss more details of TL equations, including many subareas like domain adaptation, Hdivergence, DomainAdversarial Neural Networks(DANN), which are useful as quick reference for your research.

In this blog, we will summarize the latex code for equations and formula sheet of CFA Level II exam, Formula Sheet Equations and Latex Code. Topics include QUANTITATIVE METHODS, such as LINEAR REGRESSION, MULTIPLE REGRESSION, TIME SERIES ANALYSIS, Machine Learning, ECONOMICS, Exchange rate, Covered interest rate parity, Uncovered interest rate parity, Relative purchasing power parity, Fisher and international Fisher effects, FX carry trade, MundellFleming model, ECONOMIC GROWTH, Growth accounting equation, Labor productivity growth accounting equation, Classical growth model (Malthusian model), Neoclassical growth model (Solow’s model), Endogenous growth model, Convergence, ECONOMICS OF REGULATION. The data source of this blog is summarized from WILEY’S CFA PROGRAM LEVEL II quicksheet.