if problem done based on the journal paper but not get results correctly, how to predict whether going path is correct r not?

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rajesh kumar
rajesh kumar on 21 May 2018
Answered: Rishabh Rathore on 23 May 2018
please suggest me how to predict whether is going path correct r not
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Ameer Hamza
Ameer Hamza on 21 May 2018
The best way to solve such issues is to contact the author of the paper. They may already have the code, and willing to give it to you. Or they may be willing to help in pointing out the mistake in your method. Your question is not specific to MATLAB but for any programming language. If you face any problem specific to MATLAB, you can share here.

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Rishabh Rathore
Rishabh Rathore on 23 May 2018
There can be a lot of reasons that can cause the results to deviate from the journal. To name the few:-
  • Missed minute details like assumption, data source, constraints, etc.
  • Method of implementation,i.e. algorithm design, data handling,etc.
  • Difference in data-set.
Try review the whole implementation for things you might have missed. And also analyse the things you did differently and how they affect the whole implementation.

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