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The NeighborSearch class is a template class for performing distancebased neighbor searches. More...
Public Types  
typedef TreeType< MetricType, NeighborSearchStat< SortPolicy >, MatType >  Tree 
Convenience typedef. More...  
Public Member Functions  
NeighborSearch (const MatType &referenceSet, const NeighborSearchMode mode=DUAL_TREE_MODE, const double epsilon=0, const MetricType metric=MetricType())  
Initialize the NeighborSearch object, passing a reference dataset (this is the dataset which is searched). More...  
NeighborSearch (MatType &&referenceSet, const NeighborSearchMode mode=DUAL_TREE_MODE, const double epsilon=0, const MetricType metric=MetricType())  
Initialize the NeighborSearch object, taking ownership of the reference dataset (this is the dataset which is searched). More...  
NeighborSearch (const Tree &referenceTree, const NeighborSearchMode mode=DUAL_TREE_MODE, const double epsilon=0, const MetricType metric=MetricType())  
Initialize the NeighborSearch object with a copy of the given preconstructed reference tree (this is the tree built on the points that will be searched). More...  
NeighborSearch (Tree &&referenceTree, const NeighborSearchMode mode=DUAL_TREE_MODE, const double epsilon=0, const MetricType metric=MetricType())  
Initialize the NeighborSearch object with the given preconstructed reference tree (this is the tree built on the points that will be searched). More...  
NeighborSearch (const NeighborSearchMode mode=DUAL_TREE_MODE, const double epsilon=0, const MetricType metric=MetricType())  
Create a NeighborSearch object without any reference data. More...  
NeighborSearch (const NeighborSearch &other)  
Construct the NeighborSearch object by copying the given NeighborSearch object. More...  
NeighborSearch (NeighborSearch &&other)  
Construct the NeighborSearch object by taking ownership of the given NeighborSearch object. More...  
~NeighborSearch ()  
Delete the NeighborSearch object. More...  
size_t  BaseCases () const 
Return the total number of base case evaluations performed during the last search. More...  
double  Epsilon () const 
Access the relative error to be considered in approximate search. More...  
double &  Epsilon () 
Modify the relative error to be considered in approximate search. More...  
NeighborSearch &  operator= (const NeighborSearch &other) 
Copy the given NeighborSearch object. More...  
NeighborSearch &  operator= (NeighborSearch &&other) 
Take ownership of the given NeighborSearch object. More...  
const MatType &  ReferenceSet () const 
Access the reference dataset. More...  
const Tree &  ReferenceTree () const 
Access the reference tree. More...  
Tree &  ReferenceTree () 
Modify the reference tree. More...  
size_t  Scores () const 
Return the number of node combination scores during the last search. More...  
void  Search (const MatType &querySet, const size_t k, arma::Mat< size_t > &neighbors, arma::mat &distances) 
For each point in the query set, compute the nearest neighbors and store the output in the given matrices. More...  
void  Search (Tree &queryTree, const size_t k, arma::Mat< size_t > &neighbors, arma::mat &distances, bool sameSet=false) 
Given a prebuilt query tree, search for the nearest neighbors of each point in the query tree, storing the output in the given matrices. More...  
void  Search (const size_t k, arma::Mat< size_t > &neighbors, arma::mat &distances) 
Search for the nearest neighbors of every point in the reference set. More...  
NeighborSearchMode  SearchMode () const 
Access the search mode. More...  
NeighborSearchMode &  SearchMode () 
Modify the search mode. More...  
template < typename Archive >  
void  serialize (Archive &ar, const unsigned int) 
Serialize the NeighborSearch model. More...  
void  Train (const MatType &referenceSet) 
Set the reference set to a new reference set, and build a tree if necessary. More...  
void  Train (MatType &&referenceSet) 
Set the reference set to a new reference set, taking ownership of the set, and build a tree if necessary. More...  
void  Train (const Tree &referenceTree) 
Set the reference tree as a copy of the given reference tree. More...  
void  Train (Tree &&referenceTree) 
Set the reference tree to a new reference tree. More...  
Static Public Member Functions  
static double  EffectiveError (arma::mat &foundDistances, arma::mat &realDistances) 
Calculate the average relative error (effective error) between the distances calculated and the true distances provided. More...  
static double  Recall (arma::Mat< size_t > &foundNeighbors, arma::Mat< size_t > &realNeighbors) 
Calculate the recall (% of neighbors found) given the list of found neighbors and the true set of neighbors. More...  
Detailed Description
template<typename SortPolicy = NearestNeighborSort, typename MetricType = mlpack::metric::EuclideanDistance, typename MatType = arma::mat, template< typename TreeMetricType, typename TreeStatType, typename TreeMatType > class TreeType = tree::KDTree, template< typename RuleType > class DualTreeTraversalType = TreeType<MetricType, NeighborSearchStat<SortPolicy>, MatType>::template DualTreeTraverser, template< typename RuleType > class SingleTreeTraversalType = TreeType<MetricType, NeighborSearchStat<SortPolicy>, MatType>::template SingleTreeTraverser>
class mlpack::neighbor::NeighborSearch< SortPolicy, MetricType, MatType, TreeType, DualTreeTraversalType, SingleTreeTraversalType >
The NeighborSearch class is a template class for performing distancebased neighbor searches.
It takes a query dataset and a reference dataset (or just a reference dataset) and, for each point in the query dataset, finds the k neighbors in the reference dataset which have the 'best' distance according to a given sorting policy. A constructor is given which takes only a reference dataset, and if that constructor is used, the given reference dataset is also used as the query dataset.
The template parameters SortPolicy and Metric define the sort function used and the metric (distance function) used. More information on those classes can be found in the NearestNeighborSort class and the kernel::ExampleKernel class.
 Template Parameters

SortPolicy The sort policy for distances; see NearestNeighborSort. MetricType The metric to use for computation. MatType The type of data matrix. TreeType The tree type to use; must adhere to the TreeType API. DualTreeTraversalType The type of dual tree traversal to use (defaults to the tree's default traverser). SingleTreeTraversalType The type of single tree traversal to use (defaults to the tree's default traverser).
Definition at line 83 of file neighbor_search.hpp.
Member Typedef Documentation
◆ Tree
typedef TreeType<MetricType, NeighborSearchStat<SortPolicy>, MatType> Tree 
Convenience typedef.
Definition at line 87 of file neighbor_search.hpp.
Constructor & Destructor Documentation
◆ NeighborSearch() [1/7]
NeighborSearch  (  const MatType &  referenceSet, 
const NeighborSearchMode  mode = DUAL_TREE_MODE , 

const double  epsilon = 0 , 

const MetricType  metric = MetricType() 

) 
Initialize the NeighborSearch object, passing a reference dataset (this is the dataset which is searched).
Optionally, perform the computation in a different mode. An initialized distance metric can be given, for cases where the metric has internal data (i.e. the distance::MahalanobisDistance class).
This method will copy the matrices to internal copies, which are rearranged during treebuilding. You can avoid this extra copy by preconstructing the trees and passing them using a different constructor, or by using the construct that takes an rvalue reference to the dataset.
 Parameters

referenceSet Set of reference points. mode Neighbor search mode. epsilon Relative approximate error (nonnegative). metric An optional instance of the MetricType class.
◆ NeighborSearch() [2/7]
NeighborSearch  (  MatType &&  referenceSet, 
const NeighborSearchMode  mode = DUAL_TREE_MODE , 

const double  epsilon = 0 , 

const MetricType  metric = MetricType() 

) 
Initialize the NeighborSearch object, taking ownership of the reference dataset (this is the dataset which is searched).
Optionally, perform the computation in a different mode. An initialized distance metric can be given, for cases where the metric has internal data (i.e. the distance::MahalanobisDistance class).
This method will not copy the data matrix, but will take ownership of it, and depending on the type of tree used, may rearrange the points. If you would rather a copy be made, consider using the constructor that takes a const reference to the data instead.
 Parameters

referenceSet Set of reference points. mode Neighbor search mode. epsilon Relative approximate error (nonnegative). metric An optional instance of the MetricType class.
◆ NeighborSearch() [3/7]
NeighborSearch  (  const Tree &  referenceTree, 
const NeighborSearchMode  mode = DUAL_TREE_MODE , 

const double  epsilon = 0 , 

const MetricType  metric = MetricType() 

) 
Initialize the NeighborSearch object with a copy of the given preconstructed reference tree (this is the tree built on the points that will be searched).
Optionally, choose to use singletree mode. Naive mode is not available as an option for this constructor. Additionally, an instantiated distance metric can be given, for cases where the distance metric holds data.
This method will copy the given tree. You can avoid this copy by using the construct that takes a rvalue reference to the tree.
 Note
 Mapping the points of the matrix back to their original indices is not done when this constructor is used, so if the tree type you are using maps points (like BinarySpaceTree), then you will have to perform the remapping manually.
 Parameters

referenceTree Prebuilt tree for reference points. mode Neighbor search mode. epsilon Relative approximate error (nonnegative). metric Instantiated distance metric.
◆ NeighborSearch() [4/7]
NeighborSearch  (  Tree &&  referenceTree, 
const NeighborSearchMode  mode = DUAL_TREE_MODE , 

const double  epsilon = 0 , 

const MetricType  metric = MetricType() 

) 
Initialize the NeighborSearch object with the given preconstructed reference tree (this is the tree built on the points that will be searched).
Optionally, choose to use singletree mode. Naive mode is not available as an option for this constructor. Additionally, an instantiated distance metric can be given, for cases where the distance metric holds data.
This method will take ownership of the given tree. There is no copying of the data matrices (because treebuilding is not necessary), so this is the constructor to use when copies absolutely must be avoided.
 Note
 Mapping the points of the matrix back to their original indices is not done when this constructor is used, so if the tree type you are using maps points (like BinarySpaceTree), then you will have to perform the remapping manually.
 Parameters

referenceTree Prebuilt tree for reference points. mode Neighbor search mode. epsilon Relative approximate error (nonnegative). metric Instantiated distance metric.
◆ NeighborSearch() [5/7]
NeighborSearch  (  const NeighborSearchMode  mode = DUAL_TREE_MODE , 
const double  epsilon = 0 , 

const MetricType  metric = MetricType() 

) 
Create a NeighborSearch object without any reference data.
If Search() is called before a reference set is set with Train(), an exception will be thrown.
 Parameters

mode Neighbor search mode. epsilon Relative approximate error (nonnegative). metric Instantiated metric.
◆ NeighborSearch() [6/7]
NeighborSearch  (  const NeighborSearch< SortPolicy, MetricType, MatType, TreeType, DualTreeTraversalType, SingleTreeTraversalType > &  other  ) 
Construct the NeighborSearch object by copying the given NeighborSearch object.
 Parameters

other NeighborSearch object to copy.
◆ NeighborSearch() [7/7]
NeighborSearch  (  NeighborSearch< SortPolicy, MetricType, MatType, TreeType, DualTreeTraversalType, SingleTreeTraversalType > &&  other  ) 
Construct the NeighborSearch object by taking ownership of the given NeighborSearch object.
 Parameters

other NeighborSearch object to take ownership of.
◆ ~NeighborSearch()
~NeighborSearch  (  ) 
Delete the NeighborSearch object.
The tree is the only member we are responsible for deleting. The others will take care of themselves.
Member Function Documentation
◆ BaseCases()

inline 
Return the total number of base case evaluations performed during the last search.
Definition at line 380 of file neighbor_search.hpp.
◆ EffectiveError()

static 
Calculate the average relative error (effective error) between the distances calculated and the true distances provided.
The input matrices must have the same size.
Cases where the true distance is zero (the same point) or the calculated distance is SortPolicy::WorstDistance() (didn't find enough points) will be ignored.
 Parameters

foundDistances Matrix storing lists of calculated distances for each query point. realDistances Matrix storing lists of true best distances for each query point.
 Returns
 Average relative error.
◆ Epsilon() [1/2]

inline 
Access the relative error to be considered in approximate search.
Definition at line 391 of file neighbor_search.hpp.
◆ Epsilon() [2/2]

inline 
Modify the relative error to be considered in approximate search.
Definition at line 393 of file neighbor_search.hpp.
◆ operator=() [1/2]
NeighborSearch& operator=  (  const NeighborSearch< SortPolicy, MetricType, MatType, TreeType, DualTreeTraversalType, SingleTreeTraversalType > &  other  ) 
Copy the given NeighborSearch object.
 Parameters

other NeighborSearch object to copy.
◆ operator=() [2/2]
NeighborSearch& operator=  (  NeighborSearch< SortPolicy, MetricType, MatType, TreeType, DualTreeTraversalType, SingleTreeTraversalType > &&  other  ) 
Take ownership of the given NeighborSearch object.
 Parameters

other NeighborSearch object to take ownership of.
◆ Recall()

static 
Calculate the recall (% of neighbors found) given the list of found neighbors and the true set of neighbors.
The recall returned will be in the range [0, 1].
 Parameters

foundNeighbors Matrix storing lists of calculated neighbors for each query point. realNeighbors Matrix storing lists of true best neighbors for each query point.
 Returns
 Recall.
◆ ReferenceSet()

inline 
Access the reference dataset.
Definition at line 396 of file neighbor_search.hpp.
◆ ReferenceTree() [1/2]

inline 
Access the reference tree.
Definition at line 399 of file neighbor_search.hpp.
◆ ReferenceTree() [2/2]

inline 
Modify the reference tree.
Definition at line 401 of file neighbor_search.hpp.
◆ Scores()

inline 
Return the number of node combination scores during the last search.
Definition at line 383 of file neighbor_search.hpp.
◆ Search() [1/3]
void Search  (  const MatType &  querySet, 
const size_t  k,  
arma::Mat< size_t > &  neighbors,  
arma::mat &  distances  
) 
For each point in the query set, compute the nearest neighbors and store the output in the given matrices.
The matrices will be set to the size of n columns by k rows, where n is the number of points in the query dataset and k is the number of neighbors being searched for.
If querySet contains only a few query points, the extra cost of building a tree on the points for dualtree search may not be warranted, and it may be worthwhile to set singleMode = false (either in the constructor or with SingleMode()).
 Parameters

querySet Set of query points (can be just one point). k Number of neighbors to search for. neighbors Matrix storing lists of neighbors for each query point. distances Matrix storing distances of neighbors for each query point.
◆ Search() [2/3]
void Search  (  Tree &  queryTree, 
const size_t  k,  
arma::Mat< size_t > &  neighbors,  
arma::mat &  distances,  
bool  sameSet = false 

) 
Given a prebuilt query tree, search for the nearest neighbors of each point in the query tree, storing the output in the given matrices.
The matrices will be set to the size of n columns by k rows, where n is the number of points in the query dataset and k is the number of neighbors being searched for.
Note that if you are calling Search() multiple times with a single query tree, you need to reset the bounds in the statistic of each query node, otherwise the result may be wrong! You can do this by calling TreeType::Stat()::Reset() on each node in the query tree.
 Parameters

queryTree Tree built on query points. k Number of neighbors to search for. neighbors Matrix storing lists of neighbors for each query point. distances Matrix storing distances of neighbors for each query point. sameSet Denotes whether or not the reference and query sets are the same.
◆ Search() [3/3]
void Search  (  const size_t  k, 
arma::Mat< size_t > &  neighbors,  
arma::mat &  distances  
) 
Search for the nearest neighbors of every point in the reference set.
This is basically equivalent to calling any other overload of Search() with the reference set as the query set; so, this lets you do allknearestneighbors search. The results are stored in the given matrices. The matrices will be set to the size of n columns by k rows, where n is the number of points in the query dataset and k is the number of neighbors being searched for.
 Parameters

k Number of neighbors to search for. neighbors Matrix storing lists of neighbors for each query point. distances Matrix storing distances of neighbors for each query point.
◆ SearchMode() [1/2]

inline 
Access the search mode.
Definition at line 386 of file neighbor_search.hpp.
◆ SearchMode() [2/2]

inline 
Modify the search mode.
Definition at line 388 of file neighbor_search.hpp.
◆ serialize()
void serialize  (  Archive &  ar, 
const unsigned  int  
) 
Serialize the NeighborSearch model.
Referenced by NeighborSearch< SortPolicy, MetricType, MatType, TreeType, DualTreeTraversalType, SingleTreeTraversalType >::ReferenceTree().
◆ Train() [1/4]
void Train  (  const MatType &  referenceSet  ) 
Set the reference set to a new reference set, and build a tree if necessary.
This method is called 'Train()' in order to match the rest of the mlpack abstractions, even though calling this "training" is maybe a bit of a stretch.
 Parameters

referenceSet New set of reference data.
◆ Train() [2/4]
void Train  (  MatType &&  referenceSet  ) 
Set the reference set to a new reference set, taking ownership of the set, and build a tree if necessary.
This method is called 'Train()' in order to match the rest of the mlpack abstractions, even though calling this "training" is maybe a bit of a stretch.
 Parameters

referenceSet New set of reference data.
◆ Train() [3/4]
void Train  (  const Tree &  referenceTree  ) 
Set the reference tree as a copy of the given reference tree.
This method will copy the given tree. You can avoid this copy by using the Train() method that takes a rvalue reference to the tree.
 Parameters

referenceTree Prebuilt tree for reference points.
◆ Train() [4/4]
void Train  (  Tree &&  referenceTree  ) 
Set the reference tree to a new reference tree.
This method will take ownership of the given tree.
 Parameters

referenceTree Prebuilt tree for reference points.
The documentation for this class was generated from the following file:
 src/mlpack/methods/neighbor_search/neighbor_search.hpp
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