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

A symbolic routine to define that the systematic component *η* is smooth and decreasing in a predictor in a formula argument to cgam. This is the smooth version.

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`x` |
A numeric predictor which has the same length as the response vector. |

`numknots` |
The number of knots used to constrain |

`knots` |
The knots used to constrain |

`space` |
A character specifying the method to create knots. It will not be used if the user specifies the |

"s.decr" returns the vector "x" and imposes on it five attributes: name, shape, numknots, knots and space.

The name attribute is used in the subroutine plotpersp; the numknots, knots and space attributes are the same as the numknots, knots and space arguments in "s.decr"; the shape attribute is 10("smooth and decreasing"). According to the value of the vector itself and its shape, numknots, knots and space attributes, the cone edges will be made by I-spline basis functions in Meyer (2008). The cone edges are a set of basis employed in the hinge algorithm.

Note that "s.decr" does not make the corresponding cone edges itself. It sets things up to a subroutine called makedelta in cgam.

See references cited in this section for more details.

The vector x with five attributes, i.e, name: the name of x; shape: 10("smooth and decreasing"); numknots: the numknots argument in "s.decr"; knots: the knots argument in "s.decr"; space: the space argument in "s.decr".

Mary C. Meyer and Xiyue Liao

Meyer, M. C. (2013b) A simple new algorithm for quadratic programming with applications in statistics. *Communications in Statistics 42(5)*, 1126–1139.

Meyer, M. C. (2008) Inference using shape-restricted regression splines. *Annals of Applied Statistics 2(3)*, 1013–1033.

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data(cubic)
# extract x
x <- - cubic$x
# extract y
y <- cubic$y
# regress y on x under the shape-restriction: "smooth and decreasing"
ans <- cgam(y ~ s.decr(x))
knots <- ans$knots[[1]]
# make a plot
par(mar = c(4, 4, 1, 1))
plot(x, y, cex = .7, xlab = "x", ylab = "y")
lines(x, ans$muhat, col = 2)
legend("topleft", bty = "n", "smooth and decreasing fit", col = 2, lty = 1)
legend(-.3, 8, bty = "o", "knots", pch = "X")
points(knots, 1:length(knots)*0+min(y), pch = "X")
``` |

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