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The names and uncertainty distributions of the 3 input factors `x1, x2, x3`

involved in the `Ishigami`

function
which is usually used as a model example for uncertainty and sensitivity analysis methods.

1 |

an object of class `mtkExpFactors`

.

Saltelli, A., Chan, K., & Scott, E. M. (Eds.). (2000). Sensitivity analysis (Vol. 134). New York: Wiley.

help(Ishigami), help(ishigami.fun,sensitivity)

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# The code used to generate the Ishigami.factors is as follows:
x1 <- make.mtkFactor(name="x1", distribName="unif",
distribPara=list(min=-pi, max=pi))
x2 <- make.mtkFactor(name="x2", distribName="unif",
distribPara=list(min=-pi, max=pi))
x3 <- make.mtkFactor(name="x3", distribName="unif",
distribPara=list(min=-pi, max=pi))
Ishigami.factors <- mtkExpFactors(list(x1,x2,x3))
# To import the Ishigami.factors, just use the following line
data(Ishigami.factors)
``` |

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