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We present a framework for the unsupervised segmentation of switching dynamics using support vector machines. Following the architecture by Pawelzik et al., where annealed competing neural networks were used to segment a nonstationary time series, in this paper, we exploit the use of support vector machines, a well-known learning technique. First, a new formulation of support vector regression is proposed. Second, an expectation-maximization step is suggested to adaptively adjust the annealing parameter. Results indicate that the proposed approach is promising.