polyCub (0.7.1)

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Cubature over Polygonal Domains.


Numerical integration of continuously differentiable functions f(x,y) over simple closed polygonal domains. The following cubature methods are implemented: product Gauss cubature (Sommariva and Vianello, 2007, ), the simple two-dimensional midpoint rule (wrapping 'spatstat' functions), adaptive cubature for radially symmetric functions via line integrate() along the polygon boundary (Meyer and Held, 2014, , Supplement B), and integration of the bivariate Gaussian density based on polygon triangulation. For simple integration along the axes, the 'cubature' package is more appropriate.

Maintainer: Sebastian Meyer
Author(s): Sebastian Meyer [aut, cre, trl] (<https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1791-9449>), Leonhard Held [ths], Michael Hoehle [ths]

License: GPL-2

Uses: sp, gpclib, lattice, mvtnorm, spatstat, statmod, testthat, cubature, microbenchmark, rgeos, knitr, rmarkdown
Reverse depends: rase, surveillance, vfcp

Released about 1 year ago.

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