Tuesday, 26 February 2019

[Book 40] Machine Learning: An Essential Guide to Machine Learning for Beginners by Herbert Jones

Serial No.- 40 

Category:- Informative Book (9. Science & Technology)

Book:- Machine Learning: An Essential Guide to Machine Learning for Beginners

Author:- Herbert Jones

Language:- English

Publisher:- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

Published:- 23th June, 2018

No. of Pages:- 78

My after reading review (February 26, 2019):- Right now artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, deep learning etc. are hot topic among many business persons, entrepreneurs, technologists, researchers. Machine learning is going to be the next gold rush soon. And as an entrepreneur I also can’t hold myself doing nothing and sit back relax without involving myself in this field. So I just pick up this easy and basic book for beginners and start reading to learn about machine learning.
The book doesn’t teach machine learning. It’s a book about machine learning. After reading this book you shall come to know what machine learning. AI etc. actually are. Before going farther details I just wanted to know what machine learning actually is, and if I could use this technology to implement my own business. And fortunately I have a business plan based on AI and machine learning. I am planning to develop an AI based automated trading software. 
I have learnt some useful stuff from this book. Of course this brief book is not enough. I need to read more books on the topic to implement that in any real life project. 

Monday, 25 February 2019

[Book 39] Essentials of Technical Analysis for Financial Markets by James Chen

Serial No.- 39 

Category:- Informative Book (2. Business & Investing)

Book:- Essentials of Technical Analysis for Financial Markets

Author:- James Chen

Language:- English

Publisher:- John Wiley & Sons Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey.

Published:- April 1st 2010

No. of Pages:- 305

My after reading review (February 25, 2019):- For a while I have decided to trade and invest in financial market. But to become a trader one need to be master on financial market. I need to study on financial market, market research and of course market analysis. There are two kinds of market analysis any traders or investors should master. One is fundamental analysis which is based on economics and another one is technical analysis which is based on mathematics. This book is all about technical analysis.

I wouldn’t say that this book is the ultimate book on technical analysis, and you don’t need to read any other book after reading this one and you would be able to start trading immediately after finishing this book. Rather this book is a nice one for any beginners like me. This is a basic level book so any reader can get a basic overview about technical analysis. And also it’s an easy to understand book, written in very easy language. Good book to start with.

I have read this book to get an introductory idea on what technical analysis actually is. This kind of basic knowledge will help me in future for farther reading. When I will read more advanced reference book on this topic, this knowledge will help me to understand everything better.

Saturday, 9 February 2019

[Book 38] ICSE Mathematics for Class X Book II

Serial No.:- 38

Category:- Academic Study ( 0. Mathematics )

Book:- ICSE Mathematics for Class X Book II

Authors:- O.P. Malhotra, S.K.Gupta, Anubhuti Gangal

Language:- English

Publisher:- S.Chand & Company Ltd.

Published on:- First Edition 1979, This copy is the revised edition 2014. Reprinted in 2015.

No. of Pages:- 528

My review ( February 09, 2019):-  This is the review of class – X math book. It’s the second book of high school (Junior) mathematics. The book contents the following topics –
1.      Commercial Mathematics
a.       Compound Interest
b.      Sales Tax and VAT
c.       Banking
d.      Shares and Dividends
2.      Algebra
a.       Linear Inequations in One Unknown
b.      Quadratic Equations
c.       Reflection
d.      Ration and Proportion
e.       Factorization – Factor Theory
f.       Matrices
3.      Geometry
a.       Symmetry
b.      Similarity
c.       Loci
d.      Circle
4.      Mensuration
a.       Circle – Circumference and Area
b.      Three Dimensional Solids
5.      Trigonometry
a.       Trigonometrical Identities and Tables
b.      Height and Distances
6.      Coordinate Geometry
7.      Statistics
a.       Histogram and Ogive
b.      Arithmetic Mean, Median, Mode and Quartiles
8.      Probability

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