# Matt Nedrich

## An Introduction to Gradient Descent and Linear Regression

**over 4 years ago**by Matt Nedrich on Atomic Spin.

Gradient descent is one of those “greatest hits” algorithms that can offer a new perspective for solving problems. Unfortunately, it’s...

## An Introduction to Gradient Descent and Linear Regression

**over 4 years ago**by Matt Nedrich on Atomic Spin.

Gradient descent is one of those “greatest hits” algorithms that can offer a new perspective for solving problems. Unfortunately, it’s...

## Fisher-Yates Shuffle – An Algorithm Every Developer Should Know

**~4 years ago**by Matt Nedrich on Atomic Spin.

Problem statement: You have a list of items that you want to randomize. I’ve found myself in this situation many times. If the language you’re working in...

## Fisher-Yates Shuffle – An Algorithm Every Developer Should Know

**~4 years ago**by Matt Nedrich on Atomic Spin.

Problem statement: You have a list of items that you want to randomize. I’ve found myself in this situation many times. If the language you’re working in...

## An Introduction to the Central Limit Theorem

**over 3 years ago**by Matt Nedrich on Atomic Spin.

In a world full of data that seldom follows nice theoretical distributions, the Central Limit Theorem is a beacon of light. Often referred to as the cornerstone...

## An Introduction to the Central Limit Theorem

**over 3 years ago**by Matt Nedrich on Atomic Spin.

In a world full of data that seldom follows nice theoretical distributions, the Central Limit Theorem is a beacon of light. Often referred to as the cornerstone...

## Evaluating Expressions in iOS with Objective-C and Swift

**over 3 years ago**by Matt Nedrich on Atomic Spin.

Recently, I have been researching ways to evaluate string expressions such as "(1 + 3) * 5 / 2" in iOS. I have found that there is fantastic support to...

## Evaluating Expressions in iOS with Objective-C and Swift

**over 3 years ago**by Matt Nedrich on Atomic Spin.

Recently, I have been researching ways to evaluate string expressions such as "(1 + 3) * 5 / 2" in iOS. I have found that there is fantastic support to...

## Mean Shift Clustering

**over 3 years ago**by Matt Nedrich on Atomic Spin.

Mean shift clustering is one of my favorite algorithms. It’s a simple and flexible clustering technique that has several nice advantages over other...

## Mean Shift Clustering

**over 3 years ago**by Matt Nedrich on Atomic Spin.

Mean shift clustering is one of my favorite algorithms. It’s a simple and flexible clustering technique that has several nice advantages over other...