# MultivariateDistribution-class

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##### Multivariate Distributions

The class of multivariate distributions. One has at least to specify the image space of the distribution and a function generating (pseudo-)random numbers. The slot q is usually filled with NULL for dimensions > 1.

Keywords
distribution
##### Objects from the Class

Objects can be created by calls of the form new("MultivariateDistribution", ...).

##### Slots

img

Object of class "rSpace". Image space of the distribution. Usually an object of class "EuclideanSpace".

param

Object of class "OptionalParameter". Optional parameter of the multivariate distribution.

r

Object of class "function": generates (pseudo-)random numbers

d

Object of class "OptionalFunction": optional density function

p

Object of class "OptionalFunction": optional cumulative distribution function

q

Object of class "OptionalFunction": optional quantile function

.withArith

logical: used internally to issue warnings as to interpretation of arithmetics

.withSim

logical: used internally to issue warnings as to accuracy

.logExact

logical: used internally to flag the case where there are explicit formulae for the log version of density, cdf, and quantile function

.lowerExact

logical: used internally to flag the case where there are explicit formulae for the lower tail version of cdf and quantile function

Symmetry

object of class "DistributionSymmetry"; used internally to avoid unnecessary calculations.

##### Extends

Class "Distribution", directly.

##### Methods

show

signature(object = "MultivariateDistribution")

plot

signature(object = "MultivariateDistribution"): not yet implemented.

Distribution-class

##### Aliases
• MultivariateDistribution-class
• show,MultivariateDistribution-method
• plot,MultivariateDistribution-method
##### Examples
# NOT RUN {
# Dirac-measure in (0,0)
new("MultivariateDistribution")
# }

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