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## Large Margin Classification Using the Perceptron Algorithm (1998)

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13234 | The Nature of Statistical Learning Theory
- Vapnik
- 1995
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Citation Context ...h. This gives us some indication that running the voted-perceptron algorithm with T = 1 might be better than running it to convergence; however, our experiments do not support this prediction. Vapnik =-=[20]-=- also gives a very similar bound for the expected error of support-vector machines. There are two differences between the bounds. First, the set of vectors on which the perceptron makes a mistake is r... |

3703 | Support vector networks
- Cortes, Vapnik
- 1995
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Citation Context ...the new algorithm are almost identical to the bounds for SVM's given by Vapnik and Chervonenkis [19] in the linearly separable case. We repeated some of the experiments performed by Cortes and Vapnik =-=[6]-=- on the use of SVM on the problem of classifying handwritten digits. We tested both the voted-perceptron algorithm and a variant based on averaging rather than voting. These experiments indicate that ... |

1865 | A training algorithm for optimal margin classifiers
- Boser, Guyon, et al.
- 1992
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Citation Context ...osed by suggested Aizerman, Braverman and Rozonoer [1] who specifically described a method for combining kernal functions with the perceptron algorithm. Continuing their work, Boser, Guyon and Vapnik =-=[4]-=- suggested using kernel functions with SVM's. Kernel functions are functions of two variables K(x; y) which can be represented as an inner product \Phi(x) \Delta \Phi(y) for some function \Phi : R n !... |

1144 | The perceptron: A probabilistic model for information storage and organization in the brain.
- Rosenblatt
- 1958
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Citation Context ...dvantage of data that are linearly separable with large margins. We named the new algorithm the voted-perceptron algorithm. The algorithm is based on the well known perceptron algorithm of Rosenblatt =-=[16, 17]-=- and a transformation of online learning algorithms to batch learning algorithms developed by Helmbold and Warmuth [9]. Moreover, following the work of Aizerman, Braverman and Rozonoer [1], we show th... |

965 |
Estimation of dependences based on empirical data
- Vapnik
- 1982
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Citation Context ...putation time and programming effort. 1 Introduction One of the most influential developments in the theory of machine learning in the last few years is Vapnik's work on support vector machines (SVM) =-=[18]-=-. Vapnik's analysis suggests the following simple method for learning complex binary classifiers. First, use some fixed mapping \Phi to map the instances into some very high dimensional space in which... |

680 |
Perceptrons: An introduction to Computational Geometry,
- Minsky, Papert
- 1969
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Citation Context ...l it finds a prediction vector which is correct on all of the training set. This prediction rule is then used for predicting the labels on the test set. Block [3], Novikoff [15] and Minsky and Papert =-=[14]-=- have shown that if the data are linearly separable, then the perceptron algorithm will make a finite number of mistakes, and therefore, if repeatedly cycled through the training set, will converge to... |

398 |
Theoretical foundations of the potential function method in pattern recognition,
- Aizerman, Braverman, et al.
- 1964
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Citation Context ...nblatt [16, 17] and a transformation of online learning algorithms to batch learning algorithms developed by Helmbold and Warmuth [9]. Moreover, following the work of Aizerman, Braverman and Rozonoer =-=[1]-=-, we show that kernel functions can be used with our algorithm so that we can run our algorithm efficiently in very high dimensional spaces. Our algorithm and its analysis involve little more than com... |

377 | How to use expert advice.
- Cesa-Bianchi, Freund, et al.
- 1993
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Citation Context ... to focus primarily on deterministic voting rather than randomization. The following theorem follows directly from Helmbold and Warmuth [9]. (See also Kivinen and Warmuth [10] and Cesa-Bianchi et al. =-=[5]-=-.) Theorem 3 Assume all examples (x; y) are generated i.i.d. Let E be the expected number of mistakes that the online algorithm A makes on a randomly generated sequence of m+1 examples. Then given m r... |

366 |
Principles of Neurodynamics.
- Rosenblatt
- 1962
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Citation Context ...dvantage of data that are linearly separable with large margins. We named the new algorithm the voted-perceptron algorithm. The algorithm is based on the well known perceptron algorithm of Rosenblatt =-=[16, 17]-=- and a transformation of online learning algorithms to batch learning algorithms developed by Helmbold and Warmuth [9]. Moreover, following the work of Aizerman, Braverman and Rozonoer [1], we show th... |

157 |
On convergence proofs on perceptrons.
- Novikoff
- 1962
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Citation Context ...rough the training set until it finds a prediction vector which is correct on all of the training set. This prediction rule is then used for predicting the labels on the test set. Block [3], Novikoff =-=[15]-=- and Minsky and Papert [14] have shown that if the data are linearly separable, then the perceptron algorithm will make a finite number of mistakes, and therefore, if repeatedly cycled through the tra... |

146 |
Additive versus exponentiated gradient updates for linear prediction,
- Kivinen, Warmuth
- 1997
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Citation Context ...g it. In this work we decided to focus primarily on deterministic voting rather than randomization. The following theorem follows directly from Helmbold and Warmuth [9]. (See also Kivinen and Warmuth =-=[10]-=- and Cesa-Bianchi et al. [5].) Theorem 3 Assume all examples (x; y) are generated i.i.d. Let E be the expected number of mistakes that the online algorithm A makes on a randomly generated sequence of ... |

125 |
Theory of Pattern Recognition.
- Chervonenkis
- 1974
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Citation Context ...s very simple and easy to implement, and the theoretical bounds on the expected generalization error of the new algorithm are almost identical to the bounds for SVM's given by Vapnik and Chervonenkis =-=[19]-=- in the linearly separable case. We repeated some of the experiments performed by Cortes and Vapnik [6] on the use of SVM on the problem of classifying handwritten digits. We tested both the voted-per... |

114 | Comparison of learning algorithms for handwritten digit recognition.
- LeCun
- 1995
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Citation Context ...osely the experimental setup used by Cortes and Vapnik [6] in their experiments on the NIST OCR database. 2 We chose to use this setup because the dataset is widely available and because LeCun et al. =-=[12]-=- have published a detailed comparison of the performance of some of the best digit classification systems in this setup. Examples in this NIST database consist of labeled digital images of individual ... |

98 |
From on-line to batch learning.
- Littlestone
- 1989
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Citation Context ...le that has survived for a long time is likely to be better than one that has only survived for a few iterations. This method was suggested by Gallant [8] who called it the pocket method. Littlestone =-=[13]-=-, suggested a two-phase method in which the performance of all of the rules is tested on a seperate test set and the rule with the least error is then used. Here we use a different method for converti... |

87 |
The perceptron: A model for brain functioning.
- Block
- 1962
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Citation Context ... repeatedly through the training set until it finds a prediction vector which is correct on all of the training set. This prediction rule is then used for predicting the labels on the test set. Block =-=[3]-=-, Novikoff [15] and Minsky and Papert [14] have shown that if the data are linearly separable, then the perceptron algorithm will make a finite number of mistakes, and therefore, if repeatedly cycled ... |

64 |
The AdaTron: an adaptive perceptron algorithm,”
- Anlauf, Biehl
- 1989
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Citation Context ...level of performance). Recently, Friess, Cristianini and Campbell [7] have experimented with a different online learning algorithm called the adatron. This algorithm was suggested by Anlauf and Biehl =-=[2] as a meth-=-od for calculating the largest margin classifier (also called the "maximally stable perceptron"). They proved that their algorithm converges asymptotically to the correct solution. Our paper... |

52 | On Weak Learning.
- Helmbold, Warmuth
- 1995
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Citation Context ... The algorithm is based on the well known perceptron algorithm of Rosenblatt [16, 17] and a transformation of online learning algorithms to batch learning algorithms developed by Helmbold and Warmuth =-=[9]-=-. Moreover, following the work of Aizerman, Braverman and Rozonoer [1], we show that kernel functions can be used with our algorithm so that we can run our algorithm efficiently in very high dimension... |

42 |
Optimal Linear Discriminants
- Gallant
- 1986
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Citation Context ...ngest time before it was changed. A prediction rule that has survived for a long time is likely to be better than one that has only survived for a few iterations. This method was suggested by Gallant =-=[8]-=- who called it the pocket method. Littlestone [13], suggested a two-phase method in which the performance of all of the rules is tested on a seperate test set and the rule with the least error is then... |

30 |
The Kernel-Adatron: A fast and simple learning procedure for Support Vector Machines
- Friess, Cristianini, et al.
- 1998
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Citation Context ...forms better than the traditional way of using the perceptron algorithm (although all methods converge eventually to roughly the same level of performance). Recently, Friess, Cristianini and Campbell =-=[7]-=- have experimented with a different online learning algorithm called the adatron. This algorithm was suggested by Anlauf and Biehl [2] as a method for calculating the largest margin classifier (also c... |

17 | From Noise-Free to NoiseTolerant and from On-line to Batch - Klasner, Simon - 1995 |