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View source: R/fun.explinear.R

Coefficient functions in linear differential systems are often required to be strictly
positive. This can be achieved by defining the coefficient function to be the
exponential of a functional data object, and using this as the user-defined coefficient
function `fun$fd`

that evaluates the coefficient.

1 | ```
fun.explinear(tvec, bvec, Bbasisobj)
``` |

`tvec` |
A vector of times at which the function is to be evaluated. |

`bvec` |
A vector or a single column of coefficient values for the functional data object. |

`Bbasisobj` |
A functional basis object. |

The length of argument `bvec`

must match the number of basis functions in
argument `Bbasisobj`

.

A numeric vector of the same length as that of argument `tvec`

containing
the exponentials of the values of the functional basis object.

J. O. Ramsay and G. Hooker (2017) *Dynamic Data Analysis*. Springer.

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