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Hybrid Approach for Classification using Support Vector Machine and Decision Tree

@inproceedings{Bharadwaj2012HybridAF,
  title={Hybrid Approach for Classification using Support Vector Machine and Decision Tree},
  author={Anshu Bharadwaj and Sonajharia Minzle},
  year={2012}
}
A hybrid system or hybrid intelligent system uses the approach of integrating different learning or decision-making models. Each learning model works in a different manner and exploits different set of features. Integrating different learning models gives better performance than the individual learning or decision-making models by reducing their individual limitations and exploiting their different mechanisms. In this paper, a hybrid approach of classification is proposed which attempts to… 
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