dpmixsim: Dirichlet Process Mixture model simulation for clustering and image segmentation

The package implements a Dirichlet Process Mixture (DPM) model for clustering and image segmentation. The DPM model is a Bayesian nonparametric methodology that relies on MCMC simulations for exploring mixture models with an unknown number of components. The code implements conjugate models with normal structure (conjugate normal-normal DP mixture model). The package's applications are oriented towards the classification of magnetic resonance images according to tissue type or region of interest.

AuthorAdelino Ferreira da Silva <afs@fct.unl.pt>
Date of publicationNone
MaintainerAdelino Ferreira da Silva <afs@fct.unl.pt>
LicenseGPL version 2 or newer
Version0.0-5

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dpmixsim
dpmixsim/data
dpmixsim/data/galaxy.rda
dpmixsim/data/t1_pn3_rf0_slice_0092_mask.nii.gz
dpmixsim/data/t1_pn3_rf0_slice_0092.nii.gz
dpmixsim/R
dpmixsim/R/postimgclgrp.R dpmixsim/R/dpmixsim.R dpmixsim/R/readsliceimg.R dpmixsim/R/postimgcomps.R dpmixsim/R/postdataseg.R dpmixsim/R/postdpmixciz.R dpmixsim/R/postkcluster.R dpmixsim/R/prescale.R dpmixsim/R/premask.R
dpmixsim/NAMESPACE
dpmixsim/tests
dpmixsim/tests/Examples
dpmixsim/tests/Examples/dpmixsim-Ex.Rout.save
dpmixsim/DESCRIPTION
dpmixsim/LICENSE
dpmixsim/man
dpmixsim/man/readsliceimg.Rd dpmixsim/man/postkcluster.Rd dpmixsim/man/t1_pn3_rf0_slice_0092_mask.Rd dpmixsim/man/galaxy.Rd dpmixsim/man/postimgclgrp.Rd dpmixsim/man/postdataseg.Rd dpmixsim/man/postimgcomps.Rd dpmixsim/man/postdpmixciz.Rd dpmixsim/man/t1_pn3_rf0_slice_0092.Rd dpmixsim/man/dpmixsim.Rd dpmixsim/man/prescale.Rd dpmixsim/man/premask.Rd
dpmixsim/src
dpmixsim/src/RCS
dpmixsim/src/RCS/gibbsclustersamplealpha.cc,v
dpmixsim/src/gibbsclustersamplealpha.cc
dpmixsim/NEWS
dpmixsim/demo
dpmixsim/demo/testMarronWand.R
dpmixsim/demo/00Index

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