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I started reading up on SVM and very little is defined of what are support values. I reckon it's they are denoted as $\alpha$ in most formulations.

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In the least-squares SVM (LS-SVM) the non-zero Lagrange multipliers ($\alpha$) are the support values. The corresponding data points are the support vectors. Johan Suykens explains this in Least Squares Support Vector Machines.

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