Online SVM learning: from classification to data description and back

@inproceedings{Tax2003OnlineSL,
  title={Online SVM learning: from classification to data description and back},
  author={David M. J. Tax and Pavel Laskov},
  booktitle={NNSP},
  year={2003}
}
The paper presents two useful extensions of the incremental SVM in the context of online learning. An online support vector data description algorithm enables application of the online paradigm to unsupervised learning. Furthermore, online learning can be used in the large-scale classification problems to limit the memory requirements for storage of the kernel matrix. The proposed algorithms are evaluated on the task of online monitoring of EEG data, and on the classification task of learning… CONTINUE READING
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