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Pattern Synthesis Using Multiple Kernel Learning for Efficient SVM Classification


Support Vector Machines (SVMs) have gained prominence because of their high generalization ability for a wide range of applications. However, the size of the training data that it requires to achieve a commendable performance becomes extremely large with increasing dimensionality using RBF and polynomial kernels. Synthesizing new training patterns curbs this effect. In this paper, we propose a novel multiple kernel learning approach to generate a synthetic training set which is larger than the original training set. This method is evaluated on seven of the benchmark datasets and experimental studies showed that SVM classifier trained with synthetic patterns has demonstrated superior performance over the traditional SVM classifier.

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Computer Sciences, Information Technology