Does the image is logistic regression or SVM, and why? [closed]

Does the image is logistic regression or SVM, and why?

• Do you know something about SVM or logistic regression? Have you done a little bit of research before asking? Is this a homework problem/question? Please, edit your post to include all the context. – nbro Dec 16 '20 at 19:37
• I think svm in non linear here because there is a gap between points and borders of circle as I understood .. but the line is logistic regression because there is no a gap .. If I'm right .. what is the role of the function here – user5520049 Dec 16 '20 at 20:26
• Please, edit your post to include your thoughts and interpretation of the image and what you're confused about. – nbro Dec 16 '20 at 22:05
• I downvoted because this question does not show any research effort. You just pasted a picture and asked for the solution. You didn't even explain what your knowledge of the topic is. I expect people to do some research before asking a question and provide some context. Edit your post to include some context and what you've tried to understand that picture, then I will remove my downvote. – nbro Dec 16 '20 at 22:15
• Now, you need to clarify something first. What does this mean "what is the role of the function"? What function are you talking about, $g$? You need to specify this. I know this takes time, i.e. it takes time to write a clear/good question. – nbro Dec 16 '20 at 22:17