Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

`rhomat()`

is a helper function that constructs a correlation matrix according to the squared exponential model with parameterized by correlation parameters `rho`

taking values in [0,1) and the exponent parameter `alpha`

. The default of `alpha=2`

results in the Gaussian correlation while selecting `alpha=1`

corresponds to the Exponential correlation model. The design must have been already formated in distlist format using the function `makedistlist()`

.

1 | ```
rhomat(l.d,rho,alpha=2)
``` |

`l.d` |
Current design distance matrices in distlist format |

`rho` |
A vector of correlation parameters taking on values in [0,1) |

`alpha` |
Exponent parameter |

A list containing the constructed correlation matrix.

`demu-package`

`matern52`

`wendland1`

`wendland2`

`generalized.wendland`

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