Naturals-class

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Class "Naturals"

The distribution-classes contain a slot where the sample space is stored. Typically, discrete random variables take naturals as values.

Keywords
distribution
Usage
Naturals()
Objects from the Class

Objects could theoretically be created by calls of the form new("Naturals", dimension, name). Usually an object of this class is not needed on its own. It is generated automatically when a univariate discrete distribution is instantiated.

Slots

dimension

Object of class "character": the dimension of the space, by default = 1

name

Object of class "character": the name of the space, by default = "Natural Space"

Extends

Class "Reals", directly. Class "EuclideanSpace", by class "Reals". Class "rSpace", by class "Reals".

Methods

initialize

signature(.Object = "Naturals"): initialize method

liesIn

signature(object = "Naturals", x = "numeric"): Does a particular vector only contain naturals?

See Also

Reals-class DiscreteDistribution-class

Aliases
  • Naturals
  • Naturals-class
  • initialize,Naturals-method
Examples
# NOT RUN {
N <- Naturals()
liesIn(N,1) # TRUE
liesIn(N,c(0,1)) # FALSE
liesIn(N,0.1) # FALSE
# }
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