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How can I efficiently perform a curve fitting a large number of times without a constant 'for loop'?

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Laura
Laura 2014년 6월 11일
답변: Szu-Yu Lee 2021년 4월 8일
I currently am using the function 'fit' where it outputs an exponential curve fitting function to the equation
S(TE)=A*exp(-TE/T2)
The code works perfectly fine except it is extremely slow. I need to do this on matrices approximately [240,240,30] so basically it goes through the curve fitting function 240*240 times. This is obviously not ideal but I can't figure out how to do by input matrices. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Attached is my code:
for j = 1:240
for k = 1:240
if IM(j,k,1) > 0
for ii = 1:length(TE)
s(ii)=IM(j,k,ii);
end
s=s/max(s);
fo_ = fitoptions('method','NonlinearLeastSquares','Lower',[1 0 0],'Upper',[Inf 10 1],'MaxFunEvals',1e10,'MaxIter',1e10);
ft_ = fittype('a*exp(-x./T2)+c',...
'dependent',{'y'},'independent',{'x'},...
'coefficients',{'T2', 'a', 'c'});
[cf_] = fit(TE',s',ft_,fo_);
T2=cf_.T2;
MAP(j,k)=T2;
end
end

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst 2014년 6월 11일
Use the "Run and time" to see where the time is being used up. The for loops are not eating up the time. I can do 100 million iterations in 0.2 seconds on my computer. Your 57 thousand (240*240) iterations took only 118 microseconds on my computer. I'm sure the time is being taken up in the other operations.
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Laura
Laura 2014년 6월 12일
Your right the main issue isn't the for loop, but needing to do the curve fitting individually for each pixel. That's where all the time is being spent. I will take out fo_ and ft_ but that won't be changing much either. MAP is actually already pre-allocated as well.

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Sara
Sara 2014년 6월 11일
The first thing you can try is to do this outside the loop:
[j,k] = find(IM(:,:,1) > 0);
and then replace the loops with:
for m = 1:numel(j)
and use j(m) and k(m) inside the loops. So, if IM has a lot of zeros, this will save you time. Then replace:
for ii = 1:length(TE)
s(ii)=IM(j,k,ii);
end
with:
s=IM(j(m),k(m),1:numel(TE));
Use tic toc to see if you get any speed improvement. For more help, post the inputs to your code so we can try them.


Szu-Yu Lee
Szu-Yu Lee 2021년 4월 8일
Hi, I guess you are trying to fit a large number of independent equations? MATLAB "fit" function do not support multiple independent curves fitting. I have created a function that takes in a 2D matrix, where each row is a curve to be fitted to some polynomial expression. The function does not use for-loop, so can work on large number of rows in a very short time.
https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/90017-matrix-row-wise-polynomial-fit

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