# flat.LCD

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##### Flattening a list of Lebesgue decomposed distributions

flattens a list of Lebesgue decomposed distributions endowed with weights to give one Lebesgue decomposed distribution

Keywords
distribution, arith, math
##### Usage
flat.LCD(..., mixCoeff = NULL, withgaps = getdistrOption("withgaps"))
##### Arguments
...
list of Lebesgue decomposed distributions
mixCoeff
Object of class "numeric" of the same length as ...: a vector of probabilities for the mixing components.
withgaps
logical; shall gaps be detected empirically?
##### Details

flat.LCD flattens a list of Lebesgue decomposed distributions given through ..., i.e., it takes all list elements and mixing coefficients and builds up the mixed distribution (forgetting about the components); the result will be one distribution of class UnivarLebDecDistribution. If mixCoeff is missing, all list elements are equally weighted. It is used internally in our methods for "*", "/", "^" (see operators-methods), Minimum, and convpow, as well in method flat.mix.

##### Value

• flat.LCD returns an object of class UnivarLebDecDistribution.

##### concept

• Lebesgue decomposed distribution
• utility

##### See Also

UnivarLebDecDistribution-class, operators-methods

• flat.LCD
##### Examples
D1 <- as(Norm(),"UnivarLebDecDistribution")
D2 <- as(Pois(1),"UnivarLebDecDistribution")
D3 <- as(Binom(1,.4),"UnivarLebDecDistribution")
flat.LCD(D1,D2,D3, mixCoeff = c(0.4,0.5,0.1))
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