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 Title & Authors
Visualizing SVM Classification in Reduced Dimensions
Huh, Myung-Hoe; Park, Hee-Man;
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 Abstract
Support vector machines(SVMs) are known as flexible and efficient classifier of multivariate observations, producing a hyperplane or hyperdimensional curved surface in multidimensional feature space that best separates training samples by known groups. As various methodological extensions are made for SVM classifiers in recent years, it becomes more difficult to understand the constructed model intuitively. The aim of this paper is to visualize various SVM classifications tuned by several parameters in reduced dimensions, so that data analysts secure the tangible image of the products that the machine made.
 Keywords
Support vector machine(SVM);dimensional reduction;model visualization;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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Biplots of Multivariate Data Guided by Linear and/or Logistic Regression,;;

Communications for Statistical Applications and Methods, 2013. vol.20. 2, pp.129-136 crossref(new window)
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Biplots of Multivariate Data Guided by Linear and/or Logistic Regression, Communications for Statistical Applications and Methods, 2013, 20, 2, 129  crossref(new windwow)
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