FIGURE A.1 A kernel map, , converts a nonlinear problem into a linear problem in the feature space. “+” belongs to positive class and “o” belongs to negative class. SOURCE: Richman and Adrianto (2010).

FIGURE A.1 A kernel map, , converts a nonlinear problem into a linear problem in the feature space. “+” belongs to positive class and “o” belongs to negative class. SOURCE: Richman and Adrianto (2010).



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