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So in your code you're mapping 2D-points to 2D-points?
Aren't you creating an array of 100 2D-points (test.cpp) and then mapping them on to another set of 2D-points?
Hello!I have tried your MDS, it works well. I am no programmer (occasional scripts/batch), but I have a few questions;-how could I use/change it for a CSV input data (table with 1000+ rows, 5+ columns)?-possible integration with CUDA?Thank you again!
This is not exactly a Multidimension Scaling. this routine mimic the functioning of Multidimension Scaling in case where the input dimension is 2 and the output dimension is also 2. this skeleton code cannot be extended to support two different dimension (the input and output must always be of same dimension)