# monet

From edesign v1.0-13
by Claudia Gebhardt

##### Monet (Monitoring Network) object

An `monet`

object is created with `greedy`

,
`dualgreedy`

, `interchange`

or
`maxentropy`

.

The object only contains indices of the rows/columns of the given covariance matrix $A$.

Indices of fixed stations start with 1, indices of fixed and eligible stations are not mixed, i.e. the last $ne$ stations are the eligible ones, the first $nf$ are the fixed ones.

The solution contains the indices counted absolute within all stations.

##### Arguments

- A
- covariance matrix of all stations
- na
- Number of all stations.
- nf
- Number of stations that are forced into every feasible solution.
- ns
- Number of stations that have to be added to the existing network.
- ne
- Number of eligible stations.
- method
- One of
`"greedy"`

,`"dual greedy"`

,`"interchange"`

(heuristics) or`"maxentropy"`

(exact solution). - S
- selected subset of the eligible points, use
`monet.selected`

to convert into reusable index vector. - det
- determinant of selected covariance matrix

##### See Also

*Documentation reproduced from package edesign, version 1.0-13, License: GPL (>= 2.0)*

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