|Developer(s)||Chih-Chung Chang and Chih-Jen Lin|
3.23 / June 15, 2018
|Written in||Java, C++|
LIBSVM and LIBLINEAR are two popular open source machine learning libraries, both developed at the National Taiwan University and both written in C++ though with a C API. LIBSVM implements the SMO algorithm for kernelized support vector machines (SVMs), supporting classification and regression. LIBLINEAR implements linear SVMs and logistic regression models trained using a coordinate descent algorithm.
The SVM learning code from both libraries is often reused in other open source machine learning toolkits, including GATE, KNIME, Orange and scikit-learn. Many bindings to it exist for programming languages such as Java, MATLAB and R.
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