Support Vector Machine (SVM) is gaining much popularity as one of effective methods for machine learning in recent years. In pattern classification problems with two class sets, it generalizes linear classifiers into high dimensional feature spaces through nonlinear mappings defined implicitly by kernels in the Hilbert space so that it may produce nonlinear classifiers in the original data space. Linear classi- fiers then are optimized to give the maximal margin separation between the classes. This task is performed by solving some type of mathematical programming such as quadratic programming (QP) or linear programming (LP). On the other hand, from a viewpoint of mathematical programming for machine learning, the idea of maximal margin separation was employed in the multi-surface method (MSM) suggested by Mangasarian in 1960’s. Also, linear classifiers using goal programming were developed extensively in 1980’s. This chapter introduces a new family of SVM using multi-objective programming and goal programming (MOP/GP) techniques, and discusses its effectiveness throughout several numerical experiments.
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- Generating Support Vector Machines Using Multi-Objective Optimization and Goal Programming
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