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Old 08-24-2012, 01:01 PM
patrickjtierney patrickjtierney is offline
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Default Re: Quadratic programming

I know. It's like magic, isn't it? And it appears to be a legitimate workaround for a problem with gp() on our problem.

One warning. I don't know if the answers we get are acceptable as far as the assignment goes (ie too good) or if we are simply fixing a problem in Octave. YMMV.

I noticed that on both N=10 and N=100 that the average Eout for SVM drops by about 20% after using this technique.
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