Rapid and brief communication: Improving support vector data description using local density degree
We propose a new support vector data description (SVDD) incorporating the local density of a training data set by introducing a local density degree for each data point. By using a density-induced distance measure based on the degree, we reformulate a conventional SVDD. Experiments with various real data sets show that the proposed method more accurately describes training data sets than the conventional SVDD in all tested cases. (c) 2005 Pattern Recognition Society. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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