[mlpack-git] [mlpack/mlpack] Major changes to solve issue: #275. (#624)

Ryan Curtin notifications at github.com
Mon Apr 18 10:32:23 EDT 2016

Yes, you're correct that when we make a node, _all points_ in the near set must be used (i.e., they must be held in descendant nodes of the node).  _Some_ points in the far set _may_ be used, but they are not required to be used.

As far as I can tell, the overarching strategy you've used here is that the dataset itself is what holds the near and the far set (and the used set).  Given that I am creating some node, I have some offset which represents the size of the used set.  Then the first point in the near set is after that offset, and the far set comes after that.  So at any point in time the dataset is arranged like this:

[ used set | near set | far set ]

Is that correct?  I just want to make sure that I understand correctly.

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