Specific hardware implementation of K-NN algorithm
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Asked by: guynice-ga
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19 Mar 2006 14:49 PST
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I'm looking if there is exist specific hardware implementation of the K-NN (K nearest neighbors) algorithm that represent the samples/training set in physical coordinates on silicon or board. The distance between the samples will be measured by the time it takes to the signals to propagate between the two samples. About K-NN algorithm: http://users.rowan.edu/~polikar/CLASSES/ECE555/Lecture3.pdf slide:49/59 More information about further research in this area: http://iris.usc.edu/Vision-Notes/bibliography/pattern619.html Valid answer will be: Yes + links or no + relevant and sufficient sites and key words you searched in.
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Re: Specific hardware implementation of K-NN algorithm
From: nayanga-ga on 24 Mar 2006 06:36 PST
Hi guynice, It is possible, But what I suggest you that why can?t you use MATLAB VR (Virtual Reality)Or MATLAB simulink for simulation of KNN. You can simulate complete environment and test your efficiency of your KNN algorithm. Otherwise you want to test in real Environment I have Solution, To explain it I need Diagrams and some clarification from you, If think I can give you the solution then mail me at email@example.com .... Regards Nayan GA
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