polyCub (0.7.1)
Cubature over Polygonal Domains.
https://github.com/bastistician/polyCub
http://cran.rproject.org/web/packages/polyCub
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 twodimensional 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/0000000217919449>), Leonhard Held [ths], Michael Hoehle [ths]
License: GPL2
Uses: sp, gpclib, lattice, mvtnorm, spatstat, statmod, testthat, cubature, microbenchmark, rgeos, knitr, rmarkdown
Reverse depends: rase, surveillance, vfcp
Released 8 months ago.
13 previous versions
 polyCub_0.7.0. Released 11 months ago.
 polyCub_0.6.1. Released almost 2 years ago.
 polyCub_0.6.0. Released over 2 years ago.
 polyCub_0.52. Released over 4 years ago.
 polyCub_0.51. Released almost 5 years ago.
 polyCub_0.50. Released over 5 years ago.
 polyCub_0.43. Released over 5 years ago.
 polyCub_0.42. Released over 5 years ago.
 polyCub_0.41. Released almost 6 years ago.
 polyCub_0.40. Released almost 6 years ago.
 polyCub_0.31. Released about 6 years ago.
 polyCub_0.30. Released about 6 years ago.
 polyCub_0.20. Released over 6 years ago.
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