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Tropical Support Vector Machine and its Applications to Phylogenomics

@article{Tang2020TropicalSV,
  title={Tropical Support Vector Machine and its Applications to Phylogenomics},
  author={Xiaoxian Tang and Houjie Wang and Ruriko Yoshida},
  journal={arXiv: Combinatorics},
  year={2020}
}
Most data in genome-wide phylogenetic analysis (phylogenomics) is essentially multidimensional, posing a major challenge to human comprehension and computational analysis. Also, we can not directly apply statistical learning models in data science to a set of phylogenetic trees since the space of phylogenetic trees is not Euclidean. In fact, the space of phylogenetic trees is a tropical Grassmannian in terms of max-plus algebra. Therefore, to classify multi-locus data sets for phylogenetic… 

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