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A useful discriminant vector for pattern classification is one that maximizes the minimum separation of discriminant function values for two pattern classes. This optimality criterion can prove valuable in many situations because it emphasizes the class elements that are most difficult to classify. A method for computing this discriminant vector by quadratic programming is derived. The resulting calculation scales with training set size rather than number of input variables and hence is welldoi:10.1364/josaa.8.001874 fatcat:mmsmn74bb5d6dhstlczbrmn5si