Math::StochasticProcess::RandomVariable - Part of the Math::StochasticProcess::Tuple model
RandomVariable class represents a numerical random variable.
The Tuple class represents a set of named random variables,
and also controls how random variables change.
A standard constructor. The possible arguments are as follows:
This should be set to the initial value.
This optional coderef is run against any change of value and must always return 1.
Internal random variables are ignored once an Event is resolved. Probably internal random variables need not be numerical.
This function checks that the value of the
RandomVariable satisfies its internal constraint.
This returns the current.
The signature gives an approximate value to the variable for the purposes of event merging. The more lumpy the variable then the bigger the approximation. If the variable has undefined lumpiness, then the signature is just the same as the value.
This is a utility function for Math::StochasticProcess::Event::Tuple::merge. We choose this interface to allow for the possibility that derived classes might want to regard "similar" values as essentially identical. In such a case the probabilities would be required to set the new value to a weighted average.
This is a utility function for
It is effectively a constructor of the
It returns a copy of the
RandomVariable with a change specified by the
This might be a new value or callback which is applied to the old value to get the new value.
Internal variables only figure in the calculation so long as the Event is unresolved.
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Please report any bugs or feature requests to
bug-math-pea-randomvariable at rt.cpan.org,
or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Math-StochasticProcess.
I will be notified,
and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
You can also look for information at:
Copyright 2008 Nicholas Bamber, all rights reserved.
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