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Sobol(3)						User Contributed Perl Documentation						  Sobol(3)

PDL::RandVar::Sobol -- Sobol subrandom sequences
Current version is 1.0
use PDL::RandVar::Sobol; $m = new PDL::RandVar::Sobol
Sobol subrandom sequences are used for more uniform sampling of a domain than normal random variables can achieve. They're described cur- sorily in W.H. Press's _Numerical_ _Recipes_, 2nd edition, section 7.7 (Cambridge Univ. Press), and this implementation is based on their description. History 0.01 4-Dec-2001 -- Basic functionality (CED) 0.1 11-Dec-2001 -- First fully functional version (CED) 1.0 9-Jan-2002 -- Tests out OK (CED) Author, license, no warranty This file copyright(C) 2001, 2002 Craig DeForest ( This software/documentation may be distributed under the same terms as PDL itself (license available at This package comes with NO WARRANTY. Bugs: Should have a way of reproducibly seeding the initial values. For now, you always get the same initial seed with every random variable -- this is the Wrong way to do it.
new Construct a new Sobol subrandom variable Signature: (See PDL::RandVar::new) $a = new PDL::RandVar::Sobol(<size>,<opt>); Options: range 2xn piddle containing min and max values for each dimension. $a = new PDL::RandVar::Sobol(2,{range=>pdl([$xmin,$xmax],[$ymin,$ymax])}); $xy = sample $a; perl v5.8.0 2002-05-16 Sobol(3)

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