Bayesian Classification with Gaussian Process

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Despite prowess of the support vector machine, it is not specifically designed to
extract features relevant to the prediction. For example, in network intrusion
detection, we need to learn relevant network statistics for the network defense. In
consumer credit rating, we would like to determine relevant financial records for the
credit score. As for medical genetics research, we aim to identify relevant genes of the
illness.

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