octave-ann is a set of bindings that allow one to use the ANN library from within Octave in a natural way. The ANN (Approximate Nearest Neighbor) library has some nice data structures and algorithms for computing exact or approximate nearest neighbors on an arbitrarily high-dimensional point set.
- Octave-data smoothing
- Octave-information theory
- Octave-linear algebra
released on 9 March 2008
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