Part of Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 13 (NIPS 2000)
Fernando Pérez-Cruz, Pedro Alarcón-Diana, Angel Navia-Vázquez, Antonio Artés-Rodríguez
In this communication we present a new algorithm for solving Support Vector Classifiers (SVC) with large training data sets. The new algorithm is based on an Iterative Re-Weighted Least Squares procedure which is used to optimize the SVc. Moreover, a novel sample selection strategy for the working set is presented, which randomly chooses the working set among the training samples that do not fulfill the stopping criteria. The validity of both proposals, the optimization procedure and sample selection strategy, is shown by means of computer experiments using well-known data sets.