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Recently Sandor Szedmak and John Shawe-Taylor showed that multiclass support vector machines can be implemented with single class complexity. In this paper we show that computational complexity of their algorithm can be further reduced by modelling the problem as a multiclass proximal support vector machines. The new formulation requires only a linear(More)
Tuberous sclerosis is a neurocutaneous syndrome characterized by abnormalities of both the integument and central nervous system. We present a case of tuberous sclerosis with rhabdomyoma in the heart. This was a 1½-year-old female child with infantile spasms and rhabdomyoma in heart with mother having neurocutaneous markers of tuberous sclerosis. Magnetic(More)
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