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SVM classifier performance and flipping of arguments

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Tahir
Tahir el 9 de Mayo de 2015
Hi, I want to calculate the performance of SVM...i follow a very useful post of this forum.. SVM classifer
Here in the last there is an argument f..i have a question about that..what this argument means?? is it necessary to flip it? What is the benefit of this flipping. here is the code...Kindly tell me about the fliping of f .
shift = svm.ScaleData.shift;
scale = svm.ScaleData.scaleFactor;
Xnew = bsxfun(@plus,Xnew,shift);
Xnew = bsxfun(@times,Xnew,scale);
sv = svm.SupportVectors;
alphaHat = svm.Alpha;
bias = svm.Bias;
kfun = svm.KernelFunction;
kfunargs = svm.KernelFunctionArgs;
f = kfun(sv,Xnew,kfunargs{:})'*alphaHat(:) + bias;
f = -f; % flip the sign to get the score for the +1 class

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