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Re: Building a conditional probability distribution in matlab
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Sep 26, 2006 7:04 PM


Roger Stafford wrote: > > > In article <ef42095.1@webcrossing.raydaftYaTP>, "gehan mustafa" > <gehan84@yahoo.com> wrote: > >> Hello all, >> I am facing a problem, hope anyone could help me out: >> i analysed speech frames using a filterbank of 4 subbands. For >> subband 1 in all frames for example I calculated 2 continuous > valued >> features: say x1 and x2. >> >> For the first subband i built a continuous 2D counting histogram. > The >> two axes of this histogram are: >> (a) the continuous values of x1 observed in the first subband > (b)the >> continuous values of x2 observed in the first subband. >> It counts the number of frames observed for each (x1,x2) > combination. >> I built this histogram using the function hist3 (Thanks alot Mr > Peter >> Perkins for your aid in the former part). >> >> The problem is , I am required to do the following: >> After normalisation, a conditional probability distribution > P(X1X2) >> is to be derived from the previously stated histogram. Is there > any >> function/ toolbox in Matlab that helps to build such a > conditional >> probability distribution? >> Thanks alot in advance >  > Hello Gehan Mustafa, > > This is the same question you asked last Friday. Didn't the > answer I > gave then help? > > Roger Stafford > Hello Mr Roger, Im so sory for the confusion, i think when i posted the question the first time, i forgot to mark the check box "email me when replies are made to this thread", so i never knew if anyone answered. I saw the reply now, and yes thanks a million, thats exactly what i needed! Thanks again for your aid Regards, Gehan Mustafa



