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Download with free trialIn this presentation, we approach a two-class classification problem. We try to find a plane that separates the class in the feature space, also called a hyperplane. If we can't find a hyperplane, then we can be creative in two ways: 1) We soften what we mean by separate, and 2) We enrich and enlarge the featured space so that separation is possible.
In this presentation, we approach a two-class classification problem. We try to find a plane that separates the class in the feature space, also called a hyperplane. If we can't find a hyperplane, then we can be creative in two ways: 1) We soften what we mean by separate, and 2) We enrich and enlarge the featured space so that separation is possible.
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