Ensemble of SVMs for Incremental Learning

  title={Ensemble of SVMs for Incremental Learning},
  author={Zeki Erdem and Robi Polikar and Fikret S. G{\"u}rgen and Nejat Yumusak},
  booktitle={Multiple Classifier Systems},
Support Vector Machines (SVMs) have been successfully applied to solve a large number of classification and regression problems. However, SVMs suffer from the catastrophic forgetting phenomenon, which results in loss of previously learned information. Learn have recently been introduced as an incremental learning algorithm. The strength of Learn lies in its ability to learn new data without forgetting previously acquired knowledge and without requiring access to any of the previously seen data… CONTINUE READING
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