Description Usage Arguments Value

A function that encapsulates the general structure of our algorithms for
testing generic identifiability. Allows for various identification algorithms
to be used in concert, in particular it will use the identifier functions
in the list `idStepFunctions`

sequentially until it can find no more
identifications. The step functions that are currently available for use are
in `idStepFunctions`

htcIdentifyStep

ancestralIdentifyStep

edgewiseIdentifyStep

trekSeparationIdentifyStep

1 | ```
generalGenericID(mixedGraph, idStepFunctions, tianDecompose = T)
``` |

`mixedGraph` |
a |

`idStepFunctions` |
a list of identification step functions |

`tianDecompose` |
TRUE or FALSE determining whether or not the Tian decomposition should be used before running the current generic identification algorithm. In general letting this be TRUE will make the algorithm faster and more powerful. |

returns an object of class '`GenericIDResult`

,' this
object is just a list with 9 components:

`solvedParents`

a list whose ith element contains a vector containing the subsets of parents of node i for which the edge j->i could be shown to be generically identifiable.

`unsolvedParents`

as for

`solvedParents`

but for the unsolved parents.`solvedSiblings`

as for

`solvedParents`

but for the siblings of node i (i.e. the bidirected neighbors of i).`unsolvedSiblings`

as for

`solvedSilbings`

but for the unsolved siblings of node i (i.e. the bidirected neighbors of i).`identifier`

a function that takes a (generic) covariance matrix corresponding to the graph and identifies the edges parameters from solvedParents and solvedSiblings. See

`htcIdentifyStep`

for a more in-depth discussion of identifier functions.`mixedGraph`

a mixed graph object of the graph.

`idStepFunctions`

a list of functions used to generically identify parameters. For instance, htcID uses the function

`htcIdentifyStep`

to identify edges.`tianDecompose`

the argument tianDecompose.

`call`

the call made to this function.

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