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A Comparative Study on Support Vector Machines
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Because they are easy to generalize to multiple different topics and fields of study, vectors have a very large array of applications. Vectors are regularly used in the fields of engineering, structural analysis, navigation, physics and mat...
Common examples of simple machines include the hammer, crowbar, knife, log splitter, scissors, light switch, door knob, escalator, ladder, screwdriver, ramp, stairs, car jack, curtain cord and steering wheel.
The vector equation of a line is r = a + tb. Vectors provide a simple way to write down an equation to determine the position vector of any point on a given straight line. In order to write down the vector equation of any straight line, two...
The subject of this thesis is the application of Support Vector Machines on two totally different applications, facial expressions recognition
In this thesis, we introduce the basic idea for support vector machine, its application in the classification area including both linear and nonlinear parts
Master's Thesis – Projecte Final de Carrera. Support Vector Machines. Similarity functions to work with heterogeneous data and classifying documents.
In this thesis I introduce a new and novel form of SVM known as regression with inequalities, in addition to the standard SVM formulations of binary
A support vector machine, (SVM), is an algorithm which finds a hyperplane that optimally separates labeled data points in Rn into positive and negative
In this Thesis, we evaluate the performance of linear, polynomial, quadratic, cubic, Gaussian radial basis function, and sigmoid SVM kernels
In this thesis, we study Support Vector Machines (SVMs) for binary classification. We review literature on SVMs and other classification methods.
Top 10 features selected by SVM-RFE algorithm for gene expression 15.
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Lin, Hsuan-Tien (2005) Infinite Ensemble Learning with Support Vector Machines. Master's thesis, California Institute of Technology. doi:10.7907/E03R-EN93.
This thesis explores improving the learning of structured prediction rules with structural SVMs in two main areas: incorporating latent variables to ex- tend