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Title:Analysis of radial basis function circuits for support vector machine classification
Author(s):Yim, Chris
Contributor(s):Shanbhag, Naresh; Gonugondla, Sujan Kumar
Subject(s):radial basis function circuits
support vector machines
classification
Abstract:Support vector machines (SVMs) are a very popular machine-learning algorithm used in many systems today. In some applications, having the classifier built into a chip can allow for low-power and efficient operation. With this in mind, in this senior thesis multiple radial basis function (RBF) circuits for classification are implemented in a 180-nm-process technology. After evaluating the power, energy, delay, and accuracy of different circuit architectures, the Gilbert Gaussian and a newly proposed complementary bump circuit were shown to be the best for implementing in a support vector machine classifier. The two-dimensional Gilbert Gaussian circuit has the most accurate performances, whereas the newly proposed two-dimensional complementary bump circuit has the smallest area. Moreover, the proposed bump circuit also has smaller energy and power consumption than the Gilbert Gaussian circuit at the same input current levels.
Issue Date:2017-05
Genre:Other
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/97901
Date Available in IDEALS:2017-08-31


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