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i have 2 variables, dataMatrix and queryMatrix..... dataMatrix contains 245 rows and 38 column values...... and queryMatrix contains 1 row and 38 column values...... i calculate the euclidean distance and sort the distances in ascending order as below.....
for w=1:245 dist = sum((repmat(queryMatrix(w,:),245,1)-dataMatrix).^2,2); [sortval sortpos] = sort(dist,'ascend'); neighborIds(w,:) = sortpos(1:k); neighborDistances(w,:) = sqrt(sortval(1:k)); end
instead of euclidean distance i want to use the distance formula in the below link.....
but i dont know to write the equation in matlab...... please can someone convert that equation to matlab..... it would be great help to me..... please do reply......
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Assuming queryMatrix and dataMatrix are both 245x38, the whole thing can be done without loops,
num = abs(bsxfun(@minus,d,q)); den = bsxfun(@plus,abs(d),abs(q));
[sortval sortpos] = sort(dist); neighborIds = sortpos(1:k,:); neighborDistances = sqrt(sortval(1:k,:));