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In section 1.2.5 you make a comment about analysis being done at CERN/ATLAS with keras-based deep learning. While I understand where you're going with this point, I'd suggest rewording this to be a bit more accurate. I'm a physicist within the ATLAS collaboration and while several studies are starting to lean towards deep learning the large majority of publications are being done with BDTs or relatively shallow nets with platforms like neurobayes.

This really doesn't affect the machine learning content of the book but you might consider rephrasing to something like: "at the LHC, but more recent studies are being turned towards Keras-based deep neural networks due to their higher performance and ease of training on large datasets". The current sentence sounds like a universal adoption has been made and this is quite far from the truth.