spam (2.5-1)

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SPArse Matrix.

Set of functions for sparse matrix algebra. Differences with other sparse matrix packages are: (1) we only support (essentially) one sparse matrix format, (2) based on transparent and simple structure(s), (3) tailored for MCMC calculations within G(M)RF. (4) and it is fast and scalable (with the extension package spam64). Documentation about 'spam' is provided by vignettes included in this package, see also Furrer and Sain (2010) ; see 'citation("spam")' for details.

Maintainer: Reinhard Furrer
Author(s): Reinhard Furrer [aut, cre], Florian Gerber [aut], Roman Flury [aut], Daniel Gerber [ctb], Kaspar Moesinger [ctb], Youcef Saad [ctb] (SPARSEKIT, Esmond G. Ng [ctb] (Fortran Cholesky routines), Barry W. Peyton [ctb] (Fortran Cholesky routines), Joseph W.H. Liu [ctb] (Fortran Cholesky routines), Alan D. George [ctb] (Fortran Cholesky routines), Lehoucq B. Rich [ctb] (ARPACK), Maschhoff Kristi [ctb] (ARPACK), Sorensen C. Danny [ctb] (ARPACK), Yang Chao [ctb] (ARPACK)

License: LGPL-2 | BSD_3_clause + file LICENSE

Uses: dotCall64, Matrix, R.rsp, SparseM, fields, testthat, knitr, truncdist, rmarkdown, spam64
Reverse depends: autoFRK, CARBayes, chillR, CircSpatial, CollocInfer, copCAR, earlywarnings, esd4all, excursions, fields, gamlss.spatial, gamlss.util, latticeDensity, LatticeKrig, ltsk, mvMORPH, pencopula, rworldmap, smnet, splm, spThin, varycoef
Reverse suggests: bipartite, CompRandFld, dotCall64, gapfill, gear, gptk, MRIaggr, optimParallel, RandomFields, rworldmap, spam64, spatialreg, spdep
Reverse enhances: slam

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