JB> arguably Indeed.
> SVMs are arguably quite consistent with the ideas of robust statistics,
since they are fairly resistant to outliers and certain kinds of model violations. But now, back on topic.
On 26 March 2010 16:30, John Burger <john at mitre.org> wrote:
> Rainer Ottmueller wrote:
> My first impression is that Robust statistics is not used in all NLP.
>> Please confirm or decline.
> Lots of use of Support Vector Machines, especially in topic identification,
> etc. SVMs are arguably quite consistent with the ideas of robust
> statistics, since they are fairly resistant to outliers and certain kinds of
> model violations.
> - John D. Burger
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