Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

Computes points in a multi-dimensional Halton sequence, beginning at specified indices and using specified co-prime bases.

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`n` |
A scalar giving the number of values in the Halton points to produce. |

`dim` |
A scalar giving the number of dimensions, equal to the number of
van der Corput sequences. Technically, |

`start` |
A scalar or a length |

`bases` |
A length |

The Halton sequence is a sequence of `dim`

-dimensional numbers where
each dimension is a (1-dimensional) co-prime van der Corput sequence. Here,
all van der Corput sequences use bases that are prime numbers. See
references below.

A matrix of size `n`

X `dim`

. Each column corresponds to
a dimension. Each row is a `dim`

-dimensional Halton point.

Trent McDonald

van der Corput sequences are described here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_der_Corput_sequence

Halton sequences are described here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halton_sequence

Robertson, B.L., J. A. Brown, T. L. McDonald, and P. Jaksons (2013) BAS: "Balanced Acceptance Sampling of Natural Resources", Biometrics, v69, p. 776-784.

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