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In support vector machines (SVM), the kernel functions which compute dot product in feature space significantly affect the performance of classifiers. Each kernel function is suitable for some tasks. A universal kernel is not possible, and the kernel must be chosen for the tasks under consideration by hand. In order to obtain a flexible kernel function, a(More)
The Support Vector Machine (SVM) has recently been introduced as a new pattern classification technique. It learns the boundary regions between samples belonging to two classes by mapping the input samples into a high dimensional space, and seeking a separating hyperplane in this space. This paper describes an application of SVMs to two phoneme recognition(More)