# EuclideanSpace-class

From distr v2.3.1
by Peter Ruckdeschel

##### Class "EuclideanSpace"

The distribution-classes contain a slot where the sample space is stored. One typical sample space is the Euclidean Space in dimension k.

- Keywords
- distribution

##### Usage

`EuclideanSpace(dimension = 1)`

##### Arguments

- dimension
- positive integer: dimension of
the Euclidean space (default
`=1`

)

##### Objects from the Class

Objects could theoretically be created by calls of the form `new("EuclideanSpace", dimension, name)`

.
Usually an object of this class is not needed on its own. `EuclideanSpace`

is the mother-class of the class
`Reals`

, which is generated automatically when a univariate absolutly continuous distribution is instantiated.

##### Extends

Class `"rSpace"`

, directly.

##### concept

- space
- set
- S4 space class

##### See Also

##### Examples

```
E <- EuclideanSpace(dimension = 2)
dimension(E) # The dimension of this space is 2.
dimension(E) <- 3 # The dimension of this space is now 3.
liesIn(E,c(0,0,0)) # TRUE
liesIn(E,c(0,0)) # FALSE
```

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