Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) Examples

`int`

performs vectorized numerical integration of a given
two-dimensional function.

1 |

`f` |
The function (of two variables) to integrate, returning either a scalar or a vector. |

`a` |
A two-element vector or a two-column matrix giving the lower bounds. It cannot contain both -Inf and finite values. |

`b` |
A two-element vector or a two-column matrix giving the upper bounds. It cannot contain both Inf and finite values. |

`eps` |
Precision. |

`max` |
The maximum number of steps, by default set to 16. |

`d` |
The number of extrapolation points so that 2k is the order of integration, by default set to 5; d=2 is Simpson's rule. |

The vector of values of the integrals of the function supplied.

J.K. Lindsey

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 | ```
f <- function(x,y) sin(x)+cos(y)-x^2
int2(f, a=c(0,1), b=c(2,4))
#
fn1 <- function(x, y) x^2+y^2
fn2 <- function(x, y) (1:4)*x^2+(2:5)*y^2
int2(fn1, c(1,2), c(2,4))
int2(fn2, c(1,2), c(2,4))
int2(fn1, matrix(c(1:4,1:4),ncol=2), matrix(c(2:5,2:5),ncol=2))
int2(fn2, matrix(c(1:4,1:4),ncol=2), matrix(c(2:5,2:5),ncol=2))
``` |

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