ANN’s vs. SVM’s for image classification
Moorgas, Kevin Emanuel
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In this paper the dynamic performance of the artificial neural network is compared to the performance of a statistical method such as the support vector machine. This comparison is made with respect to an image classification application where the performance is compared with regards to generalization and robustness. Image vectors are compressed in order to reduce the dimensionality and the salient feature vectors are extracted with the principle component algorithm. The artificial neural network and the support vector machine are trained to classify images with feature vectors. A comparative analysis is made between the artificial neural network and the support vector machine with respect to robustness and generalization.
Govender, P., Pillay, N., Moorgas, K.E. 2012. ANN's vs. SVM's for Image Classification. International Conference on Electrical and Computer Systems Ottawa: Internationa ASET.