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qfunc/qfuncinv implementation in communications package – The function qfunc() in the communications package is currently implemented as: y = 1-normcdf(x); This returns 0 for values of x greater tha...
Alec - Maybe I misunderstood your method. I thought you were talking about computing these functions using numerical integration. Thats always ...
please post some of our chat Antony "Richardson, Anthony" <ar63@...> wrote: >Przemek Klosowski wrote: >> On 01/24...
------ Original Message ------ From: Przemek Klosowski Date: 1/24/2013 3:05 PM To: help-octave@...; Subject: Re: qfunc/qfuncinv implemen...
On 01/24/2013 04:33 PM, Richardson, Anthony wrote: > > Octave 3.6.3 returns zero for both forms: > [x=[0:3:18]' qfunc(x) erfc(x/sqrt...
RE: Fwd: qfunc/qfuncinv implementation in communications package – Przemek Klosowski wrote: > On 01/24/2013 04:33 PM, Richardson, Anthony wrote: > > > > > Octave 3.6.3 returns zero for both ...
------ Original Message ------ From: Alec Teal Date: 1/24/2013 1:48 PM To: Richardson, Anthony; Cc: help-octave@...; Subject: Re: qfunc/qfu...
On 24/01/13 19:26, Richardson, Anthony wrote: > The function qfunc() in the communications package is currently implemented as: > y = 1-no...
Unfortunately the NaN package replaces the built-in normcdf. When the NaN package (version 2.5.5) is loaded in Octave 3.6.2, it gives the wrong ...
RE: Fwd: qfunc/qfuncinv implementation in communications package – > Subject: Re: Fwd: qfunc/qfuncinv implementation in communications > package > > Unfortunately the NaN package replaces the built...
On 25 January 2013 11:12, Nir Krakauer <nkrakauer@...> wrote: > Until this is fixed in the NaN package, erfc(18/sqrt(2))/2 is more >...
On 01/24/2013 02:26 PM, Richardson, Anthony wrote: > The function qfunc() in the communications package is currently > implemented as: &g...
On 24/01/13 19:26, Richardson, Anthony wrote: > > The function qfunc() in the communications package is currently > implemented as: ...
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