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m Class Hierarchy (jlibsvm SNAPSHOT API)
Active 2 years, 7 months ago. Sign up using Email and Password. How to get jlibsvm prediction probability in multi-class classification Ask Question.
The following is how I set parameters for training: A total of 75 sentences, In which 25 sentences belongs to each class. You are getting the same output, because you generate the same model three times.
If it detects, that more than two class labes are provided in the given data, it automatically performs multiclass classification. I have a comparatively small train jlibbsvm.
The reason for this is, that jlibsvm is able to perform multiclass classification out of the box based on the provided data LIBSVM itself supports this too. I am using jlibsvm for a multi-class classification problem. Email Required, but never shown. Is there any other better way to do multi-class classification other than this? I am new to SVM. How do we handle problem users? A lot has changed.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Basically, I am doing a sentence classification problem.
Just supply the data with class-labels for each category. Which one returns the highest will be the class the sentence belong to. What I understood is I am doing One-against-all classification. I’m resigning as a moderator from all Stack Exchange sites, effective today.
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While testing, to get the true label of a sentence, I am giving the sentence to 3 models and I am taking the prediction probability returned by these 3 models. There are 3 Classes.