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"Incremental and Decremental Proximal Support Vector Classification using Decay Coefficients"

Authors: Amund Tveit, Magnus Lie Hetland and Håvard Engum

This paper presents an efficient approach for supporting decremental learning for incremental proximal support vector machines (SVM). The presented decremental algorithm based on decay coefficients is compared with an existing window-based decremental algorithm, and is shown to perform at a similar level in accuracy, but providing significantly better computational performance.

Implementation of Algorithms: Implementations can be found at the Sourceforge Incridge - A Scalable Classification Tool project page.


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