SOD: SOD for multidimensional scaling.

SOD (Self-Organising-Deltoids) provides multidimensional scaling by gradually reducing the dimensionality of an initial space and using the resulting stress in the configuration to re-arrange nodes. Stress is calculated from the errors in the inter-node distances, and the sum of the stresses at each node is combined to create N-dimensional force vectors that direct the movement of nodes as the dimensionality is iteratively reduced.

AuthorMartin Jakt
Date of publication2014-07-04 13:39:20
MaintainerMartin Jakt <lmjakt@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL-2
Version1.0

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SOD
SOD/configure.ac
SOD/src
SOD/src/tmp.cpp
SOD/src/sod
SOD/src/sod/DistanceMapper.cpp
SOD/src/sod/oCL_DistanceMapper.h
SOD/src/sod/open_cl
SOD/src/sod/open_cl/oCL_base.h
SOD/src/sod/open_cl/oCL_base.cpp
SOD/src/sod/open_cl/clError.h
SOD/src/sod/open_cl/clError.cpp
SOD/src/sod/node_set.h
SOD/src/sod/Porting_notes.txt
SOD/src/sod/mappingInfo.h
SOD/src/sod/node_set.cpp
SOD/src/sod/example_commands
SOD/src/sod/oCL_DistanceMapperManager.h
SOD/src/sod/move_deltoids.cl_1
SOD/src/sod/oCL_Kernels
SOD/src/sod/oCL_Kernels/move_deltoids_2.cl
SOD/src/sod/oCL_Kernels/move_deltoids_dummy.cl
SOD/src/sod/oCL_Kernels/move_deltoids.cl
SOD/src/sod/oCL_Kernels/oCL_Kernels.h
SOD/src/sod/oCL_DistanceMapperManager.cpp
SOD/src/sod/DistanceMapper.h
SOD/src/sod/sod.pro
SOD/src/sod/oCL_DistanceMapper.cpp
SOD/src/sod/NVIDIA_segfault
SOD/src/sod/stressInfo.h
SOD/src/R_DimSqueezer.cpp
SOD/src/Makevars.in
SOD/src/R_DimSqueezer.h
SOD/src/Makevars.win
SOD/src/tmp.h
SOD/NAMESPACE
SOD/data
SOD/data/f186.txt.gz
SOD/R
SOD/R/functions.R
SOD/R/functions.R.in
SOD/MD5
SOD/DESCRIPTION
SOD/configure
SOD/man
SOD/man/sq3.Rd SOD/man/DimSqueezer.Rd
SOD/man/figures
SOD/man/figures/parSerialPoints.pdf
SOD/man/figures/parSerialStress.pdf
SOD/man/figures/plots.pdf
SOD/man/plot_functions.Rd SOD/man/hsv_scale.Rd SOD/man/stress_functions.Rd SOD/man/DimSqueezer_CL.Rd SOD/man/SOD-package.Rd SOD/man/dimfactors.Rd SOD/man/f186.Rd
SOD/cleanup

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