View source: R/barrierModel.define.R
barrierModel.define  R Documentation 
f()
call.Define a spacetime model object for the f()
call.
barrierModel.define(
mesh,
barrier.triangles,
prior.range,
prior.sigma,
range.fraction = 0.1,
constr = FALSE,
debug = FALSE,
verbose = FALSE,
useINLAprecomp = TRUE,
libpath = NULL
)
mesh 
a spatial mesh 
barrier.triangles 
a integer vector to specify which triangles centers are in the barrier domain 
prior.range 
numeric vector containing U and a to define the probability statements P(range < U) = a used to setup the PCprior for range. If a = 0 then U is taken to be the fixed value for the range. 
prior.sigma 
numeric vector containing U and a to define the probability statements P(range > U) = a used to setup the PCprior for sigma. If a = 0 then U is taken to be the fixed value for sigma. 
range.fraction 
numeric to specify the fraction of the range for the barrier domain. Default value is 0.1. This has to be specified with care in order to have it small enough to make it act as barrier but not too small in order to prevent numerical issues. 
constr 
logical to indicate if the integral of the field over the domain is to be constrained to zero. Default value is FALSE. 
debug 
logical indicating if to run in debug mode. 
verbose 
logical indicating if to print parameter values. 
useINLAprecomp 
logical indicating if is to be used
shared object precompiled by INLA.
This will not be considered if the argument

libpath 
string to the shared object. Default is NULL. 
See the paper.
objects to be used in the f() formula term in INLA.
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