Pomic: Pattern Oriented Modelling Information Criterion

Calculations of an information criterion are proposed to check the quality of simulations results of ABM/IBM or other non-linear rule-based models. The POMDEV measure is based on the KL divergence and likelihood theory. It basically indicates the deviance of simulation results from field observations. Once POMDEV scores and metropolis-hasting sampling on different model versions are effectuated, POMIC scores can be calculated. This method is still under development and further work are needed for the incorporation of multiple patterns assessment.

AuthorCyril Piou [aut, cre]
Date of publication2016-05-20 22:36:55
MaintainerCyril Piou <piou.cyril@yahoo.fr>
LicenseGPL-2
Version1.0.3

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Pomic
Pomic/COPYING
Pomic/inst
Pomic/inst/CITATION
Pomic/NAMESPACE
Pomic/demo
Pomic/demo/demoPomic.r
Pomic/demo/verification.r
Pomic/demo/00Index
Pomic/NEWS
Pomic/R
Pomic/R/pomdev.corrected.r
Pomic/R/pomdev.ts.r
Pomic/R/pomdev.r
Pomic/R/pomdev.extra.R
Pomic/MD5
Pomic/DESCRIPTION
Pomic/man
Pomic/man/pomdev.ts.rd
Pomic/man/pomdev.corrected.rd
Pomic/man/pomdev.extra.Rd Pomic/man/Pomic-package.Rd
Pomic/man/pomdev.rd

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