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V. Kecman and I. Hadzic (2000)

Support Vectors Selection by Linear Programming

In: Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN 2000), Como, Italy, vol. 5, pp. 193-198.

A linear programming (LP) based method is proposed for learning from experimental data in solving the nonlinear regression and classification problems. LP controls both the number of basis functions in a neural network (i.e., support vector machine) and the accuracy of learning machine. Two different methods are suggested in regression and their equivalence is discussed. Examples of function approximation and classification (pattern recognition) il-lustrate the efficiency of the proposed method.

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