SSJ
3.3.1
Stochastic Simulation in Java

Tools to estimate ANOVA components for Monte Carlo models. More...
Classes  
class  Anova 
This class automates the process of replicating estimators of the ANOVA variances. More...  
interface  AnovaObserver 
ANOVA observer. More...  
class  AnovaVarianceCollector 
Extends ListOfTallies to collect ANOVA variances. More...  
class  AnovaVarianceEstimator 
ANOVA variance estimator. More...  
class  BasicObservationCollector 
Does nothing but counting the total number of observations. More...  
class  CoordinateSet 
Represents a set of coordinates. More...  
class  CoordinateSetLong 
Implementation of CoordinateSet using a long bitmask internal representation. More...  
interface  Integrator 
class  MeanVarExperiment 
class  MonteCarloIntegrator 
interface  MonteCarloModelDoubleRQMC 
An interface for a simple simulation model for which Monte Carlo (MC) or RQMC experiments are to be performed. More...  
interface  MonteCarloModelRQMC 
An interface for a simple simulation model for which Monte Carlo (MC) or RQMC experiments are to be performed. More...  
class  MonteCarloSampler 
Monte Carlo sampler. More...  
interface  ObservationCollector 
class  ObservationCollectorList 
class  PartialVariance 
Represents the partial variance of a function with respect to a given coordinate set. More...  
class  PartialVarianceEstimator 
Partial variance estimator. More...  
class  QMCSampler 
QMC sampler. More...  
interface  RandomIntegrator 
interface  RandomSampler 
class  Replicator 
Replicator class. More...  
class  Report 
class  RQMCSampler 
QMC sampler. More...  
interface  Sampler 
class  SplitStream 
Implements a random stream that mixes two input streams by using a coordinate mask. More...  
Tools to estimate ANOVA components for Monte Carlo models.
This package offers tools to estimate ANOVA components for Monte Carlo models. It is not yet fully integrated with the rest of SSJ, and this is why some SSJ classes are duplicated here: these are different (older) versions of these classes.
(To do...)
The following examples show how to use this package. (To do... )