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      Detecting impact factor manipulation with data mining techniques

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      Scientometrics

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              A comparison of methods for multiclass support vector machines.

              Support vector machines (SVMs) were originally designed for binary classification. How to effectively extend it for multiclass classification is still an ongoing research issue. Several methods have been proposed where typically we construct a multiclass classifier by combining several binary classifiers. Some authors also proposed methods that consider all classes at once. As it is computationally more expensive to solve multiclass problems, comparisons of these methods using large-scale problems have not been seriously conducted. Especially for methods solving multiclass SVM in one step, a much larger optimization problem is required so up to now experiments are limited to small data sets. In this paper we give decomposition implementations for two such "all-together" methods. We then compare their performance with three methods based on binary classifications: "one-against-all," "one-against-one," and directed acyclic graph SVM (DAGSVM). Our experiments indicate that the "one-against-one" and DAG methods are more suitable for practical use than the other methods. Results also show that for large problems methods by considering all data at once in general need fewer support vectors.
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                Journal
                Scientometrics
                Scientometrics
                Springer Nature
                0138-9130
                1588-2861
                December 2016
                October 2016
                : 109
                : 3
                : 1989-2005
                10.1007/s11192-016-2144-6
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