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In a lecture I watched, I found a very good diagram that explains a concept I am trying to explain. I couldn't get hold of the original image, so I recreated it in Tikz -- with a few changes to make it perfect for what I am doing.

This lecture is not a primary source for the concept explained in the diagram -- it uses ideas from other papers I am citing. Though I do cite it a few times, where the ideas it explained were clearer than the base texts (as well as citing the base texts).

In the caption should I put:

... , then generating all the layers below. Right: A DNN initialized using the DBN [1].

Or

... then generating all the layers below. Right: A DNN initialized using the DBN. This diagram based on one found in [1].

Or even -- since the caption is also drawing heavily on the lecture

... then generating all the layers below. Right: A DNN initialized using the DBN[1]. This diagram based on one found in [1].

Where [1] is the index in my bibliography for the lecture.


Related: Creating a schematic figure based on an existing one

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    I am interested to know what the -1 was about. (Not too concerned though.) – Lyndon White Jul 24 '14 at 14:09
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The most common way folks in my neck of the woods handle this would be to say "... A DNN initialized using the DBN (adapted from [1])."

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