From: Eizo <>
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Subject: Re: How can I train SVM in Matlab, with svmtrain command, but for 
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 09:56:08 -0800 (PST)
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On Dec 17, 9:03 pm, "Bruno Luong" <>
> Eizo <> wrote in message <>...
> > Am I am missing something ?
> SVM is a two-class supervised learning technique, and Matlab does just that. For multi-classes you might want to apply successively 2-classes learning processes. See relevant papers for how to use correct strategy ("winner takes all" is the most popular).
> There are several generalization of SVM allowing multiclasse classification, but I don't think Matlab has any of those technique.
> Bruno

Where can I read on the Multi-class methods? ..  maybe you know on
some  links to some tutorials on that matter ?
All the papers and presentation I read deal only with 2 classes..