Thursday, August 2, 2018

Machine Learning SVM

SVM can use other functions to make data linearly separable. SVM can give non linear, intricate decision boundaries. SVM Decision Boundary is a straight line for linear SVM.  Apply linear SVM. If it has 0% error, your data is linearly separable.

c parameter SVM controlls trade off between smooth decision boundary and classifying training points correctly (may not generalize well, get a smooth boundary or get more points classified correctly). Effects of C especially obvious in the RVF kernel. A large c means get more training points correctly. Larger c --> more intricate boundaries

Gamma Parameter
Gamma defines how far the influence of a single training example reaches. If gamma has a low value each pointer has a far reach, if gamma has a high value each point has a closer reach.  A high gamma value will make decision boundaries pay close attention to those points that are close, but ignore those that are far. High value of gamma could mean a very wiggly decision boundary.

A point close to the frontier can really have a lot of weight and pull the frontier close to itself. Versus a low gamma, means more points will have weights of influence on the frontier, so the frontier end up being smoother.

svm kernel

Use SVM for Stock finance

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