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Support Vector Regression

  title={Support Vector Regression},
  author={D. Basak and S. Pal and D. C. Patranabis},
  • D. Basak, S. Pal, D. C. Patranabis
  • Published 2007
  • Mathematics
  • Instead of minimizing the observed training error, Support Vector Regression (SVR) attempts to minimize the generalization error bound so as to achieve generalized performance. The idea of SVR is based on the computation of a linear regression function in a high dimensional feature space where the input data are mapped via a nonlinear function. SVR has been applied in various fields - time series and financial (noisy and risky) prediction, approximation of complex engineering analyses, convex… CONTINUE READING
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