Support Vector Machines

I have moved the source code to github. I made this page a few years ago, and things have changed since then. Having the code in github can be more usefull since people can commit their changes and modifications, which could be very nice.

You can find the source codeĀ here.

To begin with I am posting a Support Vector Machine program written in fortran. It still needs a lot of work, but it does the job. SVM have been used in AVO, MASW and geologic models construction. Fortran is widely used in engineering, so even though there are many SVM implementations, a Fortran one was missing. The SVM program implements the least squares version of the machine develop by Vapnik. Download it here. If you find it useful or would like to contribute in any way, please contact me!

A genetic algorithm library in Fortran will be made available shortly.