Epsilon-nonparallel support vector regression

Miguel Carrasco, Julio López, Sebastián Maldonado

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In this work, a novel method called epsilon-nonparallel support vector regression (ε-NPSVR) is proposed. The reasoning behind the nonparallel support vector machine (NPSVM) method for binary classification is extended for predicting numerical outputs. Our proposal constructs two nonparallel hyperplanes in such a way that each one is closer to one of the training patterns, and as far as possible from the other. Two epsilon-insensitive tubes are also built for providing a better alignment for each hyperplane with their respective training pattern, which are obtained by shifting the regression function up and down by two fixed parameters. Our proposal shares the methodological advantages of NPSVM: A kernel-based formulation can be derived directly by applying the duality theory; each twin problem has the same structure of the SVR method, allowing the use of efficient optimization algorithms for fast training; it provides a generalized formulation for twin SVR; and it leads to better performance compared with the original TSVR. This latter advantage is confirmed by our experiments on well-known benchmark datasets for the regression task.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)4223-4236
Número de páginas14
PublicaciónApplied Intelligence
Volumen49
N.º12
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 1 dic 2019

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