A Library for Support Vector Machines. LIBSVM -- A Library for Support Vector Machines Chih-Chung Chang and Chih-Jen Lin Version 3.20 released on November 15, 2014.
It conducts some minor fixes. LIBSVM tools provides many extensions of LIBSVM. Please check it if you need some functions not supported in LIBSVM. We now have a nice page LIBSVM data sets providing problems in LIBSVM format. A practical guide to SVM classification is available now! To see the importance of parameter selection, please see our guide for beginners. Using libsvm, our group is the winner of IJCNN 2001 Challenge (two of the three competitions), EUNITE world wide competition on electricity load prediction, NIPS 2003 feature selection challenge (third place), WCCI 2008 Causation and Prediction challenge (one of the two winners), and Active Learning Challenge 2010 (2nd place).
Introduction LIBSVM is an integrated software for support vector classification, (C-SVC, nu-SVC), regression (epsilon-SVR, nu-SVR) and distribution estimation (one-class SVM). Home Page of Thorsten Joachims. · International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), Program Chair (with Johannes Fuernkranz), 2010. · Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR) (action editor, 2004 - 2009). · Machine Learning Journal (MLJ) (action editor). · Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR) (advisory board member). · Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Journal (DMKD) (action editor, 2005 - 2008). · Special Issue on Learning to Rank for IR, Information Retrieval Journal, Hang Li, Tie-Yan Liu, Cheng Xiang Zhai, T.
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This tutorial shows how to use a relational database management system (RDBMS) to store documents and LingPipe analyses. It uses MEDLINE data as the example data, and MySQL as the example RDBMS. As in the MEDLINE Parsing and Indexing Demo, the LingPipe MedlineParser is used to parse the data from an XML file. Scripts are provided to create the database and database tables. This tutorial is aimed at the novice database programmer, and therefore the database design and the way that the program interacts with the database have been kept as simple as possible. For expository purposes, we break this task into three parts: Loading MEDLINE data into the database, using the LingMed MEDLINE parser and the JDBC API to access a RDBMS.Using the LingPipe API to annotate text data in the database, and to store the annotations back into the database.SQL database queries over the annotated data.
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