SVM basics

Posted on 2005-03-26
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Hi iam working on SVMs I want to build a SVM and i want to know the complete mathematics behind the svm. I came across a similar queston in this site but the link is broken could you tell me the right link where i can learn the basics of svm. I am not from mathematics background so I need a tutorial which is very clear and simple to understand.

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Question by:kelly_jesicca
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kelly_jesicca , Unless you are highly numerate understanding SVM is going to be a tough road to follow. What level of maths do you have?

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Well i would like to have it as simple as possible. I have done m undegraduate study in computer science. I would prefer math that is easy to follow

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