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Fig. 4 | BioMedical Engineering OnLine

Fig. 4

From: Sidelobe reduction for plane wave compounding with a limited frame number

Fig. 4

Graphical explanation of the effective distance. a A graph with three nodes with equal edge weight quantified by gray arrows, which can represent the Euclidean distance. b The probability \(P\left( {m|n} \right)\) of the sample \(n\) belonging to \(m\)’s class is calculated in the effective distance. The magnitude of these levels is indicated by the line width. For example, the sample B has a smaller probability belonging to A’s class than vice versa in the global view

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