echoIBM.oneping.oneschool.passive: Simulates one echo sounder observation of based on positions,...

Description Usage Arguments

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Description

Simulates one echo sounder observation of based on positions, orientations, sizes and other specifics of each fish in one known (simulated) school.

Usage

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echoIBM.oneping.oneschool.passive(data, esnm, TVG.exp = 2,
  compensated = c("pitch", "roll"), calibrate = TRUE, noise = c("nr",
  "bg", "ex"), dumpfile = "dump.txt", parlist = list())

Arguments

data

see below.

TVG.exp

is the exponent of the eamotric spreading of the sound wave, theoretically 2 for Sv and 4 for TS.

compensated

specifies which rotations are compensated for by the echo sounder. Legal values are "pitch" and "roll", which are both compensated for in the MS70 sonar.

calibrate

is FALSE if calibration data are to be discarded if present.

noise

is a vector of character strings of length 2, specifying which types of noise to apply to the data:

dumpfile

is the name of the file to which information and warnings about the simulation is written.

parlist

is a list of input parameters to the function echoIBM.add.noise(), which generates noise and randomness. See echoIBM.add.noise() for explaination of the possible variables.

data

is the list of input parameters giving the information about the school consisting of 'Nl' fish.


arnejohannesholmin/echoIBM documentation built on March 19, 2018, 9:16 a.m.