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Anomaly detection algorithms find extensive use in various fields. This area of research has recently made great advances thanks to deep learning. A recent method, the deep Support Vector Data Description (deep SVDD), which is inspired by the classic kernel-based Support Vector Data Description (SVDD), is capable of simultaneously learning a feature representation of the data and a data-enclosing hypersphere. The method has shown promising results in both unsupervised and semi-supervisedarXiv:2001.08873v3 fatcat:bzxna4rtubb7pcv7qk24clfbji