dppPowerExp

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Power Exponential Spectral Determinantal Point Process Model

Function generating an instance of the Power Exponential Spectral determinantal point process model.

Usage
dppPowerExp(…)
Arguments

arguments of the form tag=value specifying the parameters. See Details.

Details

The Power Exponential Spectral DPP is defined in (Lavancier, Moller and Rubak, 2015) The possible parameters are:

  • the intensity lambda as a positive numeric

  • the scale parameter alpha as a positive numeric

  • the shape parameter nu as a positive numeric (artificially required to be less than 20 in the code for numerical stability)

  • the dimension d as a positive integer

Value

An object of class "detpointprocfamily".

References

Lavancier, F. Moller, J. and Rubak, E. (2015) Determinantal point process models and statistical inference Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B 77, 853--977.

See Also

dppBessel, dppCauchy, dppGauss, dppMatern

Aliases
  • dppPowerExp
Examples
# NOT RUN {
m <- dppPowerExp(lambda=100, alpha=.01, nu=1, d=2)
# }
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