 function [I_alpha] = estimate_Ialpha(Y,co)
%Estimates I_alpha = \int p^{\alpha}(y)dy, the Rényi and the Tsallis entropies are simple functions of this quantity. Here, alpha:=co.alpha.
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%INPUT:
% Y: Y(:,t) is the t^th sample from the distribution having density p.
% co: cost object (structure).
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%Copyright (C) 2012 Zoltan Szabo ("http://nipg.inf.elte.hu/szzoli", "szzoli (at) cs (dot) elte (dot) hu")
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[d,num_of_samples] = size(Y);
squared_distances = kNN_squared_distances(Y,Y,co,1);
V = pi^(d/2)/gamma(d/2+1);%volume of the ddimensional unit ball
C = ( gamma(co.k)/gamma(co.k+1co.alpha) )^(1/(1co.alpha));
s = sum( squared_distances(co.k,:).^(d*(1co.alpha)/2) ); %'/2' <= squared distances
I_alpha = (num_of_samples1) / num_of_samples * V^(1co.alpha) * C^(1co.alpha) * s / (num_of_samples1)^(co.alpha);
