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

The dimension of `cf$cf`

and `cf$icf`

must be `dim(Time, S, N)`

,
where `Time`

is the time extent, `S`

is the number of samples and
`N`

the number of measurements (gauges). `cf2`

is the same, but
needed only for cross-correlators.

1 2 3 4 |

`cf` |
loop data as produced by |

`cf2` |
second set of loop data as produced by |

`real` |
use the real part |

`real2` |
use the real part |

`smeared` |
use the loops instead of the local ones for |

`smeared2` |
use the loops instead of the local ones for |

`subtract.vev` |
subtract a vacuum expectation value. It will be estimated as mean over all samples, gauges and times available. |

`subtract.vev2` |
subtract a vacuum expectation value for the second set of loops. It will be estimated as mean over all samples, gauges and times available. |

`subtract.equal` |
subtract contributions of products computed on identical samples. This will introduce a bias, if set to FALSE for missing cf2 or if cf and cf2 are computed on the same set of random sources. |

`use.samples` |
If set to an integer, only the specified number of
samples will be used for |

`use.samples2` |
Same like |

`type` |
The correlation function can either be symmetric or
anti-symmetric in time. Anti-symmetric is of course only possible for
cross-correlators. In this case with |

`verbose` |
Print some debug output, like the VEVs of the loops. |

If `subtract.vev=TRUE`

the vev is estimated as the mean over all
gauges, samples and times available and subtracted from the original loop
data. (Same for `subtrac.vev2`

.

The correlation is computed such as to avoid correlation between equal
samples, unless `nrSamples`

is equal to 1.

`cf`

and `cf2`

must agree in `Time`

, number of gauges and number
of samples. Matching of gauges is assumed. If this is not the case results
are wrong.

Returns an object of type `cf`

derived from a `list`

with
elements `cf`

, an array of dimension `dim(N, Time)`

, where `N`

is the number of samples and `Time`

the time extent, integers `Time`

for the time extent, `nrStypes`

and `nrObs`

for the available
smearing types and operators, and finally `nrSamples`

, the number of
samples used to generate the correlation function `cf`

.

Carsten Urbach, curbach@gmx.de

`readcmidisc`

, `readbinarydisc`

,
`bootstrap.cf`

, `add.cf`

, `c.cf`

1 2 3 | ```
data(loopdata)
Cpi0v4 <- computeDisc(cf=loopdata, real=TRUE, subtract.vev=TRUE)
Cpi0v4 <- bootstrap.cf(Cpi0v4, boot.R=99, boot.l=1, seed=14556)
``` |

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