"Multicategory Incremental Proximal Support Vector Classifiers"
Authors: Amund Tveit, Magnus Lie Hetland and Håvard Engum
Support Vector Machines (SVMs) are an efficient data mining approach
for classification, clustering and time series analysis. In recent
years, a tremendous growth in the amount of data gathered has changed
the focus of SVM classifier algorithms from providing accurate results
to enabling incremental (and decremental) learning with new data (or unlearning old data) without the need for computationally costly retraining with the old data. In this paper we propose an efficient algorithm for multicategory classification with the incremental proximal SVM introduced by Fung and Mangasarian.
Implementation of Algorithms:
Implementations can be found at the Sourceforge Incridge - A Scalable Classification Tool project page.
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