Nicholas Mitri

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Despite support vector machines' (SVM) robustness and optimality, SVM do not scale well computationally. Suffering from slow training convergence on large datasets, SVM online testing time can be suboptimal because SVM write the classifier hyper-plane model as a sum of support vectors that could total as much as half the datasets. Motivated to speed up SVM(More)
A principled approach to machine learning (ML) problems because of its mathematical foundations in statistical learning theory, support vector machines (SVM), a non-parametric method, require all the data to be available during the training phase. However, once the model parameters are identified, SVM relies only, for future prediction, on a subset of these(More)
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