Ord's Interaction model
Creates an instance of Ord's point process model which can then be fitted to point pattern data.
- Positive number giving the threshold value for Ord's model.
Ord's point process model (Ord, 1977) is a Gibbs point process of infinite order. Each point $x_i$ in the point pattern $x$ contributes a factor $g(a_i)$ where $a_i = a(x_i, x)$ is the area of the tile associated with $x_i$ in the Dirichlet tessellation of $x$. The function $g$ is simply $g(a) = 1$ if $a \ge r$ and $g(a) = \gamma < 1$ if $a < r$, where $r$ is called the threshold value.
This function creates an instance of Ord's model with a given
value of $r$. It can then be fitted to point process data
- An object of class
"interact"describing the interpoint interaction structure of a point process.
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