# riem.mean: Fréchet Mean and Variation In Riemann: Learning with Data on Riemannian Manifolds

 riem.mean R Documentation

## Fréchet Mean and Variation

### Description

Given N observations X_1, X_2, …, X_N \in \mathcal{M}, compute Fréchet mean and variation with respect to the geometry by minimizing

\textrm{min}_x ∑_{n=1}^N w_n ρ^2 (x, x_n),\quad x\in\mathcal{M}

where ρ (x, y) is a distance for two points x,y\in\mathcal{M}. If non-uniform weights are given, normalized version of the mean is computed and if weight=NULL, it automatically sets equal weights (w_i = 1/n) for all observations.

### Usage

riem.mean(riemobj, weight = NULL, geometry = c("intrinsic", "extrinsic"), ...)


### Arguments

 riemobj a S3 "riemdata" class for N manifold-valued data. weight weight of observations; if NULL it assumes equal weights, or a nonnegative length-N vector that sums to 1 should be given. geometry (case-insensitive) name of geometry; either geodesic ("intrinsic") or embedded ("extrinsic") geometry. ... extra parameters including maxitermaximum number of iterations to be run (default:50). epstolerance level for stopping criterion (default: 1e-5).

### Value

a named list containing

mean

a mean matrix on \mathcal{M}.

variation

sum of (weighted) squared distances.

### Examples

#-------------------------------------------------------------------
#        Example on Sphere : points near (0,1) on S^1 in R^2
#-------------------------------------------------------------------
## GENERATE DATA
ndata = 50
mydat = array(0,c(ndata,2))
for (i in 1:ndata){
tgt = c(stats::rnorm(1, sd=2), 1)
mydat[i,] = tgt/sqrt(sum(tgt^2))
}
myriem = wrap.sphere(mydat)

## COMPUTE TWO MEANS
mean.int = as.vector(riem.mean(myriem, geometry="intrinsic")$mean) mean.ext = as.vector(riem.mean(myriem, geometry="extrinsic")$mean)

## VISUALIZE
opar <- par(no.readonly=TRUE)
plot(mydat[,1], mydat[,2], pch=19, xlim=c(-1.1,1.1), ylim=c(0,1.1),
main="BLUE-extrinsic vs RED-intrinsic")
arrows(x0=0,y0=0,x1=mean.int[1],y1=mean.int[2],col="red")
arrows(x0=0,y0=0,x1=mean.ext[1],y1=mean.ext[2],col="blue")
par(opar)



Riemann documentation built on March 18, 2022, 7:55 p.m.