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// Copyright 2006, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
// The use of this code is permitted for research only. There is
// absolutely no warranty for this software.
//
// Author: John Lee (jjl@mit.edu)
//

#ifndef EXPERIMENT_EXAMPLE_SELECTOR_H
#define EXPERIMENT_EXAMPLE_SELECTOR_H

#include <vector>
#include "util/labeled-index.h"

using namespace std;
using namespace libpmk;

namespace libpmk_util {

/// Splits a list of labels into a training and test set.
/**
 * ExampleSelector does not specify any particular method of picking a
 * training and test set, nor does it care about the data itself. The
 * only input is a vector of labels, where each element in the vector
 * corresponds to one image (or other data point).
 *
 * To use ExampleSelector, simply subclass it and implement
 * SelectExamples(). Within this function, designate training and
 * testing examples by using AddTrainingExample() and
 * AddTestingExample(). There are a number of protected member
 * functions at your disposal that could help make things easier.
 */ 
class ExampleSelector {
 public:
   ExampleSelector(const vector<int>& labels);
   virtual ~ExampleSelector() { }

   /// \brief Returns a vector of LabeledIndices of training instances
   /// sorted by index.
   vector<LabeledIndex> GetTrainingExamples();

   /// \brief Returns a vector of LabeledIndices of testing instances
   /// sorted by index.
   vector<LabeledIndex> GetTestingExamples();

   /// \brief Returns a vector containing all the unique labels
   /// seen. Sorting is NOT guaranteed.
   vector<int> GetUniqueLabels();

   /// Returns the total number of examples there are.
   int GetNumExamples() const;

 protected:
   /// \brief Get all of the examples (in the same order as given when
   /// constructed)
   const vector<LabeledIndex>& GetExamples() const;

   /// Returns all instances are NOT in <selection>.
   /**
    * <selection> must be sorted by index. The output will be sorted
    * by index.
    */
   vector<LabeledIndex>
      InvertSelection(const vector<LabeledIndex>& selection) const;

   /// Returns all instances in <superset> that are NOT in <selection>
   /**
    * <selection> and <superset> must be sorted by index. The output
    * will be sorted by index.
    */
   vector<LabeledIndex>
      InvertSelection(const vector<LabeledIndex>& selection,
                      const vector<LabeledIndex>& superset) const;


   /// Return a random sample of size <n> of <selection>.
   /**
    * <selection> must be sorted by index. If the size of <selection>
    * is less than n, this function will return a vector of size
    * selection.size(). Output is sorted by index.
    */
   vector<LabeledIndex>
      RandomSample(int n, const vector<LabeledIndex>& selection) const;

   /// Gets all elements in <selection> with the given <label>.
   /**
    * <selection> must be sorted. The output will be sorted.
    */
   vector<LabeledIndex>
      GetInstancesWithLabel(int label,
                            const vector<LabeledIndex>& selection) const;

   /// Add a LabeledIndex to the list of designated training examples.
   void AddTrainingExample(LabeledIndex index);

   /// Add a LabeledIndex to the list of designated testing examples.
   void AddTestingExample(LabeledIndex index);

   /// \brief Responsible for calling AddTrainingExample and
   /// AddTestingExample to generate the lists.
   virtual void SelectExamples() = 0;

 private:
   // The internal function that manages the state of whether SelectExamples
   // has already been called and sorts the vectors.
   void LoadExamples();
   vector<LabeledIndex> labels_;
   vector<LabeledIndex> training_;
   vector<LabeledIndex> testing_;
   vector<int> unique_labels_;
   bool selected_;
};
}  // namespace libpmk_util
#endif  // EXPERIMENT_EXAMPLE_SELECTOR_H