Solve optimal transport problems. Compute Wasserstein distances (a.k.a. Kantorovitch, Fortet--Mourier, Mallows, Earth Mover's, or minimal L_p distances), return the corresponding transference plans, and display them graphically. Objects that can be compared include grey-scale images, (weighted) point patterns, and mass vectors.
|Author||Dominic Schuhmacher [aut, cre], Björn Bähre [aut] (aha and power diagrams), Carsten Gottschlich [aut] (simplex and shortlist), Valentin Hartmann [aut] (semidiscrete1), Florian Heinemann [aut] (transport_track), Bernhard Schmitzer [aut] (shielding), Jörn Schrieber [aut] (subsampling), Timo Wilm [ctb] (wpp)|
|Maintainer||Dominic Schuhmacher <[email protected]>|
|License||GPL (>= 2)|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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