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Figure 2
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Figure 2 can be reproduced by loading the respective models from ISA 1
and PND 2, sampling data from those models using the nisdet toolbox
command sample and plotting the Lp-radii of the two subspaces agains
each other. For PND 2: >> load results/results8_s2_1.mat >> dat = sampledata(dpnd_mln{1},100); >> L1 = getSubTree(dpnd_mln{1}.param.f,1); >> L2 = getSubTree(dpnd_mln{1}.param.f,2); >> plot(L1(dat),L2(dat),'.') For ISA 2: >> load results/results8_s2_1 >> dat = sampledata(disa8{1},100); >> plot(norm(dat(disa8{1}.param.subspaces{1},:),disa8{1}.param.subdist{1}.param.p),... norm(dat(disa8{1}.param.subspaces{2},:),disa8{1}.param.subdist{2}.param.p),'.') For the other two subfigures one has to do the same despite using natural image data instead of samples from the distributions. |