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can be computation intensive. 16 Related Work – SVM’s nonlinear 17 Fortunately, kernel function can be used to relieve this burden. Common Kernel functions **Polynomial** Radial Basis Function Related Work – oSVM (Cardoso and da Costa, 2007) 18 Related Work – oSVM (cont’d) 19 Related Work – oSVM /,-0.73)(-1.06,-0.73) **8th** (-1.17,-0.81)(-1.16,-0.81)(-1.15,-0.81) 27 Proposed Membership function 1 28 **class** 2 **class** 3 min d A d11 **For** any instance x ij, which longs to **class** i, its membership degree can be defined/

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