CSCI43906390 Assign3
Assign3: Logistic Regression and Neural Networks
Due Date: Oct 20, before midnight
Download the Wine Quality Dataset from the UCI Machine Learning repository. We will use winequalitywhite.csv as the training dataset and winequalityred.csv as the testing dataset. The white wine dataset has 4898 points, and the red wine data has 1599 points. There are 12 attributes in total, with the last attribute "quality" denoting the integer valued target variable.
Part I: Logistic Regression
Implement the multiclass logistic regression algorithm as described in Algorithm 24.2 (Chapter 24, page 634).
Your script should print out the weight vector(s), and also the final accuracy value on the test data (see Eq 22.2). You should also compute the F1score (see Eq 22.7 in chapter 22).
You should use the scipy.special.softmax function rather than your own, since it is more robust.
Part II: Neural Networks from Scratch
Implement the deep multilayer perceptron (MLP) algorithm in Algorithm 25.2 (Chapter 25, page 668). You should use ReLU activation for all hidden layers, and softmax for the output layer. See section 25.1.1 for the derivative of the activation functions, and end of section 25.4.3 for derivative of the multiclass crossentropy function.
Train your network on white wine data, and then test on red wine data. You must try different number of hidden layers, and their sizes. Report results for the configuration that gives the best F1 score values.
CSCI6390: Your implementation must additionally support linear activation function for the output layer (keep ReLU for the hidden layers). Also, you must support the case when there is no hidden layer; this latter case will correspond to linear regression when output is linear, and logistic regression when output is softmax.
In addition to reporting the results for different number of hidden layers (and their sizes), also report the results when there are no hidden layers but using softmax output (similar to multiclass logistic regression), and for the case when there is no hidden layer but using linear output (treating it like linear regression).
What to submit

Submit your python notebook, that contains the solution and output, suitably annotated/commented. Name the notebook: assign3.ipynb.

Submit the notebook file via submitty. Your code must be selfcontained, and must not hard code file names. You can assume the data files lie in the local dir.
Policy on Academic Honesty
You are free to discuss how to tackle the assignment, but all coding must be your own. Any AI tool use must be declared. Any students caught violating the academic honesty principle (e.g., code similarity, or failure to disclose AI tools) will get an automatic F grade on the course and will be referred to the dean of students for disciplinary action.