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Proof and Implementation of Algorithmic Realization of Learning Using Privileged Information ( LUPI ) Paradigm : SVM +

  title={Proof and Implementation of Algorithmic Realization of Learning Using Privileged Information ( LUPI ) Paradigm : SVM +},
  author={Z. Berkay Celik and Rauf Izmailov and Patrick Mcdaniel},
Vapnik et al. recently introduced a new learning paradigm called Learning Using Privileged Information (LUPI). In this paradigm, along with standard training data, the teacher provides the student privileged (additional) information, yet not available at test time. The paradigm is realized by implementation of SVM+ algorithm. In this report, we give the proof of the SVM+ algorithm and show implementation details in MATLAB quadratic programming (quadprog()) function provided by the optimization… 
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