print.fpt.density: Printing First-Passage-Time Densities

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References Examples

Description

print.fpt.density shows an object of class “fpt.density”.

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'fpt.density'
print(x, ...)

Arguments

x

an object of class “fpt.density”.

...

further arguments passed to print and format methods.

Value

Since the length of components of an object of class “fpt.density” is usually large, the print.fpt.density function does not display such object as a list, but in its ‘basic’ structure instead. However, each component can be displayed separately in the usual way.

Author(s)

Patricia Román-Román, Juan J. Serrano-Pérez and Francisco Torres-Ruiz.

References

P. Román-Román, J.J. Serrano-Pérez, F. Torres-Ruiz. (2012) An R package for an efficient approximation of first-passage-time densities for diffusion processes based on the FPTL function. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 218, 8408–8428.

P. Román-Román, J.J. Serrano-Pérez, F. Torres-Ruiz. (2014) More general problems on first-passage times for diffusion processes: A new version of the fptdApprox R package. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 244, 432–446.

Examples

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## Continuing the Approx.cfpt.density example:
yyy
print(yyy, digits=10)

## Continuing the Approx.fpt.density example:
yyy.cp
## Not run: 
yyy.ucp
## End(Not run)

fptdApprox documentation built on Feb. 29, 2020, 1:07 a.m.