Posts Tagged ‘ svm ’

Support Vector Machines in R (a course by Lutz Hamel)

October 19, 2011
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Support vector machines (SVM’s) are the “big iron” of the data mining world, especially suited for extreme data intensive tasks like image classification, biosequence processing, handwriting recognition, etc. Dr. Lutz Hamel, author of “Knowledge Discovery with Support Vector Machines”, presents his online course “Introduction to Support Vector Machines In R” November 18 – December 16. “Support Vector Machines in...

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Support Vector Machine with GPU

August 27, 2011
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Support Vector Machine with GPU

Most elementary statistical inference algorithms assume that the data can be modeled by a set of linear parameters with a normally distributed noise component. A new class of algorithms called support vector machine (SVM) remove such constraint. rea...

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Feed Your (Machine) Brain

April 3, 2011
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Feed Your (Machine) Brain

Few can tell you what goes into a chicken nugget, but most will agree that it's good for your brain. If you're a little sluggish and can't focus, what do you normally do? That's right, you pop a couple chicken nuggets. And similar to our brains, our al...

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